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Without End.


So, what part of you gets hurt, troubled, disturbed…??  Isn’t your ego the one which becomes attached to things and people??  And isn’t that attachment springing from fear of loneliness, fear of feeling neglected or inferior in some way, fear of being taken for a fool because you compare yourself to others who seem happier than you??

So, to be hurt, to remain depressed, to compare yourself with others, to feel angry and revengeful, is to be attached; hence, it is to live your life egoistically and immaturely.  Of course, you might want to deny this right now, but that is because your own immaturity currently makes you blind to the depth of it all.

To see beyond your own hurt ego in relationships, and in ALL situations in your life, is to acquire great understanding, which is to analyze yourself and realize that you can observe the ignorance of your own ego activity because you are above and beyond your own stupidity.

When you do this, when you access and expand your self-awareness, you become aware of another, even deeper, mental plane beyond that of your own egoistical vanity and beyond your own illusions of life and the relationships you have in life.

When you access or become aware of this other mental plane, which is harmonious and seeks no self-satisfaction, then you realize you cannot get hurt or “broken-hearted,” and you also realize you are the one who is in control of how you think and feel.

This powerful KNOWING brought by this inner realization brings you the eternal affair with life, such which goes beyond any desire and pleasure you might feel from time to time–i.e., love which never ends and never stops, and happiness which never ends and never stops.




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Wholeness within.

The sanctum sanctorum, that is the divine force of the human creature, is his own power of will, his divine desire to be free from influences of the world; thus, in order to be truly himself he must not seek comparison and also not develop in himself a crude inferiority complex.  Each one of us has been endowed with an inner force, such is the combined force of the masculine and feminine; so, when these forces within the creature are in balance, working side by side or united, there exists no emptiness, no lack of confidence, and no seeking comparisons with another.

This wholeness in man makes for the superior man.  This wholeness in man is the balance of the forces of nature which give that man, or woman, incredible confidence and tranquility.  A tranquil person, and a confident person, does not feel the obnoxious and vulgar need and compulsion to argue with others with the selfish aim of feeling superior, or making the other feel inferior.  The tranquil and confident person is the superior human creature like the lion–i.e., the lion walks and nothing disturbs him, he does not get pulled in by mere distractions and situations around him; but he acts according to his superior power and will.

The human being is unique, the true masterpiece in us is forged by fire, the fire of our own experiences, and the fire of truth which molds our interior according to our divinity.  This man or woman is not in need of gossiping or even comparison, because he or she stands on his/her own, and because there is only wholeness within.



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