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By James Allen

1912. To nearly all of humans, existence is a depressing room the place one is prone to harm himself via entering touch with whatever he can't see. Their common hurts, their disappointments, perplexities, sorrows and pains are brought on by unexpected touch with rules which they don't see and are as a result now not ready to house. yet, whilst the sunshine of knowledge is brought into the darkened realizing, confusion vanishes, problems are dissolved, all issues are visible of their precise position and share and henceforth one walks, open-eyed and uninjured within the transparent mild of a smart comprehension.

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Without this inward conflict war could not be, nor can war cease until the inward harmony is restored. War consists of aggression and resistance, and after the fight has commenced both combatants are like aggressors and resisters. Thus the effort to put an end to war by aggressive means produces war. "I have set myself stubbornly against the war spirit," said a man a short time ago. He did not know that he was, by that attitude of mind, practicing and fostering the war spirit. To fight against war is to produce war.

Even the mind is continually changing. Old characteristics die and pass away, and new ones are formed. In the midst of life all things are dying. Nothing endures; nothing can be retained. Things appear and then disappear; they become, and then they pass away. The ancient sages declared the visible universe to be Maya, illusion, meaning thereby that impermanency is the antithesis of Reality. Change and decay are in the very nature of visible things, and they are unreal—illusory—in the sense that they pass away forever.

Moreover, a perfect being could not be subject to illusion and unreality. On the other hand, if a man could never attain to purity and perfection, his aspirations and striving would be useless. They would indeed be mockeries; and the heavenly perfection of saintly and divine men and women would have to be belittled and denied. We see around us sin, sorrow, and suffering; and we see before us, in the lives of the great teachers, the sinless, sorrowless, divine state. Therefore, we know that man is an imperfect being, yet capable of, and destined for, perfection.

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