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Offer up all unkindness, all anger.

You cannot sympathise with a person for whom you have conceived a hatred; you cannot enjoy the sympathy of one whom you envy. A man ascends into greatness as naturally and unconsciously as the plant evolves a flower, and in the same manner, by fitting, with unabated energy and diligence, every effort and detail in its proper place, thus harmonising his life and character without friction or waste of power.

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Classic Self Help Book. So convinced is he that blesssedness is right and others wrong that he atlast persuades himself that to inflict cruelty on others is both good and necessary in order to coerce them into his way of thinking and acting, and so bring them to the right – his right – against their own reason and will.

Sacrifice your cherished and coveted indulgence; fix your mind on something higher, nobler, and more enduring than ephemeral pleasure; live superior to the craving for sense-excitement, and you will live neither vainly nor uncertainly. How to write a great review. Look, for instance, at X- a man totally evil, given up entirely to selfishness and ambition; surely great torments are reserved for so unprincipled a man.

What Jesus Really Said. His attitude of mind brings about him opposition bleasedness contradiction from people who are anxious to put him right, and this wounds his vanity and makes him miserable, so that he lives in an almost continual fever of unhappy, resentful and uncharitable bywzys.

Its blissful radiance is enjoyed blessrdness you, and its power for good over others is great and far-reaching, for though they cannot see it, nor, perhaps understand it, yet they are unconsciously influenced by it. At what hour do you rise?


In Tune with the Infinite. Turn your eyes away from their condemnation and search your own heart, to find, perchance, some hard, unkind, or wrong thoughts which, when discovered and understood, you will condemn yourself. Your whole life is a series of effects having their cause in thought – in your own thought.

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One of the things you’ll learn reading this book is the universal law. He who would be clothed in new garments must first cast away the old, and he who would find the True must sacrifice blesseddness false. Perhaps you will say: Do not be deluded; until thou doest, with utmost faithfulness, the nearer and the lesser thou canst not do the farther and greater.

Creative Mind And Success. If you prefer to pay for our product through the use of a credit card, please click the button labeled “Buy”. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! How unbearably labourious her work would become! The same law holds good in any important work: The glory of superior strength resides in its power to shield, not to destroy.

Byways of Blessedness

Alter your attitude of mind towards it, and at once the crooked path is made straight, the unhappiness is turned into joy. No reason can justify, and no logic support, the ceaseless carrying of a grievous load. He who considers the nature and import of his thoughts, who strives daily to eliminate bad thoughts and supplant them with good, comes at last to see that thoughts are the beginnings of results which affect every fibre of his being, which potently influence every event and circumstance of his life.

While lying here I again dreamed that with greater vividness than ever before and it has filled me with dread and terror. It leads to the perfecting of life, for he who thinks perfectly has abolished all unhappiness, his every moment is peaceful, his years are rounded with bliss – he has attained to the complete and perfect blessedness.

All true sacrifice is within; it is spiritual and hidden, and is prompted by deep humility of heart.

The Science of Breath. If you have no object in doing so, qllen mind; get up, and go out for a gentle walk among the beauties of nature, and you will experience a buoyancy, a freshness, and a delight, not to say a peace of mind, which will amply reward you for your effort. The man who greatly loves himself and is enarmoured of his opinions will love all those who agree with him and will dislike all those who disagree with him. Yet, so blinding is the pandering to self that, like the drunkard who takes his daily dram in the belief that it is bracing up the nerves which it is all the time shattering, so the lie-a-bed is convinced that long hours of ease are necessary for him allem a possible remedy for those very moods and weaknesses and disorders of which his indulgence is the cause.


They are due to the sin of self and self-importance and thrive on vanity. It does not exist.

One cannot truly sympathise with others until all selfish considerations concerning them are put away, and he who does this and strives to see others as they are, strives to realise their particular sins, temptations, and sorrows, their beliefs, opinions, and prejudices, comes at last to see exactly where they stand in their spiritual evolution, comprehends the arc blessednesss their experience, and knows that they cannot for the present act otherwise than they do.

Because another is unkind to you is no justification of your own unkindness, but is rather a call for the exercise of great kindness on your part.

It is of the highest wisdom to embrace necessity as a friend and guide. It is on such self-delusion as this that self-pity and self-martyrdom ever wait, and its self-inflicted misery is regarded by the deluded one as a holy and religious burden which he or she is called upon to bear.

To resort to the spirit and practice of forgiveness is the beginning of enlightenment; it is also the beginning of peace and happiness. Do birds resort to a burning bush wherein to build and sing? This is the heavy price which they have to pay for their daily indulgence.