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UNIVERSAL LAW, NATURAL SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY

Walter and Lao Russell

A Home Study Course

UNIT

11-LESSONS

5,

6,

7,

8

Copyrighted

1950

by Walter and Lao Russell

No part of thh nt(~ltu8~ptan k printed in any form without permit?& from thd author, except by a reviewer who my quote Waf pacleagea in 0 review to be lyrinted in a magazine or mepaper.

ISSUED BY

THE WALTER RUSSELL FOUNDATION

SWANNANOA, WAYNESBORO, V1R61NIA

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;tAV

NATURAL

SCIENCE ANE PHILOSOPHY

Walter

Wussell,

Sc,

C.,

LESSON

NUMBEh

5

The Walter

Russell Foundation,

Swannanoa,

Waynesboro,

Virginia

Copyrigh:sd

1950 by Walter

Russell

 
 

PFL4'YER

SC GENTIFICAELY EXPLA %NET:

 
 

THE

POlvXR

OF

?BA'-fi3R

 

Todeg

I wish

to

supplement

everything

I havd

told

you

about

meditatlm,

or

cornrnunfon

with

God,

and

talk

to you

about

prayar

which

is

the

basis

of

meditation

and

out

of

which

meditation

grew.

 

Paqer

is

the

mightiest

of

man7s povaias,

for

through

prageia,

if

undelstood

and

sightly

used,

man

may havz

anything he

dzsires,

attain

:?e

loftiest

heights

os

extsnd

his

powers

to

0th~~~for

their

exzltation,

Rightly

and

knowingly

usdd

prayer

can

trans-

form

one's

own

conditfo~,or

that

of

the

whole

wosld,

 

If

3~~ayer1s not

rightly

and

knowingly

used

the

tLme

con-

sumed

is wasted,

for

ft

will

be

of

no

avail,

PRAYEd IS BASED UPON DESIRE

11 Cesire

ge what

P

will

-9

and

-

behold,

it

-

standeth before

thee .

Throuahc.~tthe aeons ---ft has Seen thfne without thy knowing, e 'en

though tkou hast but

just

asked

for

It,

--

"3i; thou

ask,

actin8 not

walk

-9

thy

-----

not

it

-

and

for thg jesire

-

shall not

--

way

67

for

-

unless

thou

to

thae

--

P

unaided

reach

out

-

thy

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strong arms. It This

means

that

God

will

fulfill your

evs~>ydesire

if

you

work with

God

to

fulfill

it,

The

whole

power

of

the

universe

will

work WITH you

for

its

fulfilling but it will not work FOfi you while you do nothing about

it.

In

this

--

promise

is

the

key

to

-

prayers

are

9

or are

- - 7

not

answered. God tells you very plainig that He will give you what-

ever you desire -but = must regive squally by the action of

--

-

service.

Think

that

over.

Recall

thz

m23y prayers

you

have

uttered

and how disappointed you were becauza they were not answered. Most prayers are just selffsh ones, continually asking for some-

thing to be given without even the 2xpectation of giving some-

th ing

in

exchange.

Think

of

the

thousands

of

entreeties

which

are

sent

up

to

God with the hope that what is aske.2 for will just fall in their

laps. You ask God for

money, all you want of it9 but what are you youkself giving fo2

money,

God

SS~S: "Yes

I will give you

it? What

the

price

you

are

payirg

foia it?"

Aga in

quote

God's word

In His

Message,

 

"He--who desireth riches of earth alone, denying Me in him shall dwell in outer da~knessof his own ma kin^, until he shall

-

-

---

- - -9

-

desire

Me

-

strongly.

en en to

-----

him

will

1: give

all he asketh

--

without

stinting,

yea, and &van more: but he havin slore than all he sought will

have naught

---

but

-

9d.&:---

dross

of

his

-7

-

worthless

earth

desi~e.

,

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I1 Things

returned

blessed

recording

of

-

eaiath whicri man

--

to

-

earth

by -Me,

wi;h

Soul as

desires

of

ar2e but

--

But

things

things

to

heaven

be

bones

--

him.

--

--are 2s eternal --in

the

Light or Me

is

immortality

Salf

eternal,"

~ags69

of

of

-

-

eailth

ea~~th,

--of

his

You

ask God

for

peacs,

happiness

and

prosperity

to be

given

to you, but you

take

peacz,

happiness

and

prosperity

away

f~om

another by malicious gossi2ing about your neighbop, treating your

servant unjustly, thus taklng he^ happiness away from her, or by

misrepresenting

tha

p~~oduczyou

are

szlling.

Until you balance

yo2 desire

fok peace

bx giving

peac2,

-or

happiness giving happi-sss, -or pkosperity

your

yourself,

prayer

will

---

be

voide2 9 you,

giving prosperity,

The

only way you

can 'nave happinsss

given

to you

by

the

Light of

love,

which

God

iu, is for you

to

give

love

to

others.

You cannot -take happiness ok love, You--can only give it, If you

give

a

--

love

it

will

will

as

surely be

givdn

from

to

you

as

light

shone

into

mirror

Laefleet 1fg'r.c back

the

nations

the

mirror,

to

Witness

-i-hfch ,have

tried

become

powerful,

prosperous,

peacsful

and 2appy

by

plundering

other

nations.

Empires thus taken by fcrz~without having been volunta~~ilygiven,

or without having given 3;ually in exchange, are heavily in debt

and

happiness away from others fos themselves, Instead of giving it,

on

rations,

and

for

eyisPy man

killed

to

take

wealth

and

ten have

paid

the

pkice

i? blood and a

thousand

in

tears.

 

Witness

also

the

gkeet

fortunes

which

have

been

built

upon

that principle.

No

man hss

ever yet been

able

----

---

ness prospe~ity,peace

-3

love

with

g

other

to

coin

purchase

happi-

than happiness,

--

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peace

and

love.

The

-d

You

rice

of

lov?

is

lova,

your

The

-

p~icaof

-

is

ills

to- violent

which

greed

-

----

to haal

its

self created by over-eating, by giving vent

ask God

body

from

agony.

you,

anger,

your-

or

by divers acts which destroy nokmalcy of balance givzn you by

God. It seems nevell :-50 occu~to you that you must regive that

which you ask for by eating propzrly, by substituting love fo~l

anger or cessation of the abuses which havz caused your disorders.

Go not misund6rstand me whzn I rafer to only such unbalanced

conditions as angar or over-eating as being the cause of all dis-

orders, for woilry and excessive grief --yes and even loneliness

and introspection,

That

which

I

will

wish

cause

glaave

disordsrs,

to

impress

upon

you

is

the

one fact that

any disturbance of balanc2 to thz body is immediately recoLaded in

the body by somz malady, or mal-adjustment which we think of as

sickness. Also-- I say that any sickness -of .ny kind is szlf-

---

made whether knowingly or unknowingly, whether Intentionally or

-9

-

-

unintentionally.

God's

laws

---

ape

never

set asfde

- -- - --

a

ps?ayer or

-.

otherwise,

The

-

CAUSE of yol~rillness is in your breach of the law. You are suf-

fering from its effects and ask God to eliminate the EFFECT while

you

continue

to

repeat

the

CAUSE.

 
 

MAN

BLAMES GOD FOR

PIAN-MADd

WARS

 
 

Considzr

the

many

prayers

fop

c6ssation

of

wars,

"O Lord

we

beseech

Thee

to

stop

this

cruel war",

we

say,

forgetful

of

the fact that we make our wars ourselves by the freewill to act

as

we

choose.

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fail

that

the

stop waks

is

caus-

P

them.

War

is

just

as

much

an

effect

of

a

cause

which

man

created

by

his

selfishness

as

a

busfness

fafluke

is

the

effect

of

a

cause

creat3d

by

man because

of

his

unwfllingnzss

to balance

his

 

gifts

by

regiving,

 

Wa not

oxly

ppay

to God

to

let

us

break

His

law

without

suf-

fering

f~omits

dffects

but

wz

blame

God

fop

our

own

actions

in

-/

breaking

His

Law,

How

often

wt: heap

people

say:

"How

can

a

lov-

ing

God

in heaven

permi+, such

@sue1wars?

It

fs hakd

to

baliave

there

is

a

God,

else Ma

would

not

p,3rmit such

wars,"

not

We

-

might

us

just

to

as

wall

to

OUP

--

permit

lie

-----

3

thake

can

.------

nefghbok,

be

no

God

else

he

would

God

gives

us

f~~eewillto

do as

we

chooss

in

the

making

of

 

our Szlves in our own image,

and

He

gfvas

us

all

of

the

powep

of

His universe to help us

break

His

law

If we

wfsh

to,

but

what-

ever gifts ws accept we must

equally

give

to

balance

our

gifts,

Let

us

again quote

@odgsMessage

In

this

~espect,

"~erflyhas

man

freewfll

to

coritsol

his

actfcns,

That

my

Father-Moths2 has given to man

as

his

inhe~ftanoe, .But

the

con-

tpol

of

the

his

2sactions

to

those

actions

man

has

my Fathek-Mother

holds

inviolate ,

nevep had,

These

cannot

b=com&

man's except thcough modifying his zetf on3 until the reactions

are

their

exzct

dqual and

opposite

In

equflib~ium,"

It

is

GMVE

gtnekally

MISC~CEPTBUDISFZGARDSNQ

believed

among

men

that

Pi??-CER

onz

who

?pays

oftan,

and with many words loudly and piously utteked, Is holy among man

and much fav3red of God, But I say that he who finds an acstasy

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of happiness

Qoul of a despairing naighbor is an hundi>~i?fol?imore holy in God's

heaven

3 ight.

i n

h i s

tha

Soul

from

of

tha

giving

is

of

his

lovd

he

to

touch

the

in

To him

kingdom

as

though

dwzlleth

the house of th* Lord

while

the

othzr

one

of

piety

and

words

sit-

teth afar

outside

its

gailden

walls.

 

When you

pray

to

God

saying

"0 God,

pity

us

for

wz

are

as

dust beneath Thy feet", God !s Silent Voicd whispers within you:

now thou

tha

Light

which

I

am.

Thou art

man,

exalted

in

Me.

hlat

I

am

thou

ar7t.

Thou

art

thz

Light,"

For

long

ages

God's

Silent Voice

whispaiJs within

your

 

unhear-

ing ears. God, therefore gives you your ddsire to be what you wish

to be In the building

of

your

Sslf.

So

long

as

you

beliava

your-

self to be

dust

beneath

thz

feet

sf

the Almighty

God

yo11 a~=sthat

dust which

you

havz

built

in

the

image

of

your

imagining.

 

Khen

you

p;>ay to

God

saying:

"God have

melcy

upon

me,

a

misarable sinn,-rl,( you have not praysd to the One God of Love, -- Creator1 of His universe of lova--Creator of you to manifzst His

- - -- ---

You

hav3 but

you

love

-'

for

end

you

faa~of

do

not

know 52x1.

pr1aye3 to

----

a

God

wrath

image.

~OUTown

-

gods

i n

making whom

h i s

own

have

built

in

you?

idols

f o r

h i s

----

He

who

- - --

image

builds

builds

of'

own

P

worashiping. Yz whcse idol is fear3 and wrath cannot know thd God

oi

Love,

Zutil you know

love

-- --

y?u are

what

youi2 idol

--

is,

a mis-

--

erabla since~=to whom msrcy must be shown by you~idol whom gou, your~z2lf,92e. AE.~you will be punished for you~imagined 33lf -

-

--

-

--

--

--

made

sins b~ gou,

youiaself, for

the

id31 ycu worship

knowing

--

---

you no mercy

until you arae freed

-

filom him

--

Q

will

show

--

lova.

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When you

ppay

to

God

resignedly,

the

as

death

ing the punishment of gkfef at

though

patiently

of

a

lovzd

one,

acc3pt-

and you

say:

"Thy will

be

done

0 Lord,

The

Lokd

giveth,

and

away",

you

havz

not

yet

kcown

the

God

of

love,

fop God

only.

God

never

takzs

that

which

has

not

been

given,

to

You

7

rejoice

regiv5

when God

to Him for His

----

gives

birth

--

regiving,

to life

-

-9

get

-

you

hd

taketh

giveth

-- y&at GoJ

deeply

grieve when you give ~ebi~thto new lffe--fop that is what daath is.

-

---

-----

It

wfll

be

many

decades before

man

as

a

mass

conappehen3s

this Idea which is cornmonpl%@ethfnking to cosmLc man, but you,

in

your neighbor and sow fr, in his Conu@iousness, and

whom

the

seed

of

cosmf@ thinking

is

bding

sown,

wfll

tas

go

to

in

turn

will do likewise, until man in the mass wfll be t~ansfo~medflom

Barbaric man who stilk cku@ffies love to cosazlfc man who is love,

--

---

Tomorrow

plzayep,

we

vfll

gfva

thought

tc! ths deeps~meaning

of

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by

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Sc.

D.

PHILOSOPHY

The Waltzr

Copyrighted

LESSON

Mussell Foundation,

NUMBER

Swannanoa,

1950 by Waltisr

Russell

Continuation

of

6

Waynesboro,

Virginia

PRAYXR SCIENTIFICALLY EXPLAINED

RE;LATIONSHIP OF PRAYER TO MECITATION

"Let

us

unite

in

prayer."

How

familiar

these

words are on

evary religious occasion, and upon hearing them the congregation

automatically bows its head, bends its knee and words coma from

the pulpit in earnest tones which may be superficially heard by

some, hardly heard at all by others, whila the vscy few who hear

in their hearts ar= deeply stirred by the ,ardor of the supplica-

tion to God for foggivaness, os mercy, or blessings upon the con-

gregation and

various

other human

interests,

just

Prayer

-is

-as

music

just

meaningless

words

if

not

felt

in

-----

tha

is

----

no mom

than

sound

if

it

does

----

not

reach

heart;

the

Soul. Prayer to God is the appeal of the Soul of man to the Uni-

versa1 Soul. As such it fs ths mightiest

----

--------

of

man's

powers,

but

P

when ppayer is but ~o~i?ds,not coming from the Soul, it is no

more effectual than the hundreds of prayers written and distrib-

uted throughout thz streets in Asia, or prjayelas written into a

disc and

whirled

to repeat

themsalves

74

by

turning

the

player

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wheel

swiftly,

Worded

and

fopma1 prayers,

issuzd

pdriodically,

like

morning

and avening prayers, paaayers of thanks at meal times, and p~~ayl3rs

on arising and

retiking

become

habits

which

people

obey

automat-

ically.

TheLae may

be

grdat

earnastness

in

them,

or

thera

may

be

none.

The

habit

of

praying

periodically

and

with

a

sense

of

du-tg

tands

to

automa tic

prayel

rather

than

devotional,

 

-

Those

who

thus

pray

might

just

as

well not

pray,

fop player

 

is

a

union

of

Soul

of

man

to

Soul

of

God,

and

woiads alone

cannot

make

that

--

union.

Automatic, fosmal and habitual ~payingfrom the lips, alone

in one's chambera, ora Ln groups is of no avail, P~ayer, based

upon desire, -ar,d uttersd within the Soul of man wordlassly or

-

-

-9

otherwise, will always command ths whole universz - to fulfill the

desire, but words alone are not prayer any mope than paint is th=

-

-

--

---

--

7

--- art

in a picture,

msn

you

pray

'to

God

asking

for all

sf

thd

thfngs

you

want,

--, enumerating them cs~sfully--avzn to tfming their akrivai as your

desired posszssions---yea, aven informing God 8s to His msthod of

giving them to you--detailing your business and family naeds--

never givfng thought as to your worthfness to recefv~Ynem, or

whether

it

is

wise

to have

them,

or

what

you

shall

regiva

to

deserva them--= --are but making youlaself into your own salfish

image and

a

-

not

in

the

image

prays

of

-

for

@odPsspirit

long

list

in you,

-

of

----

b%en your

child

birthday,

or

Christ-

mas presents, anding up with "God bless Papa--God bless bIarnmaf'

you

tell

the

neighboias how

cute

that

piaayer

is

and

then

buy

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averything the

not

child

cute,

wants

is

It

to uphold

tragic,

is also helping

its

It

is

It

belief

in

prayer.

the

child

It

is

it

helping

the

build

its own selfish image.

selfish,

whole

wo~ald to

to

neighbor

build

its

own

g~eedyimaga,

is helping

of

perpetuate

this Barbaric Aga of greed,

selfishness and

fear

against

neighbor.

When will parents

teach

their

children

that

for

love

---

given

them?

ask

to

Not

ba

until

they

first

given anything

who

know

that

desir2

because

will

say

He loves

in

love

to God?

----

to tha

they

must

give

know

that

they

a

daep

love

themselves must not

desire in their hearts for kegiving love 2qually for lova given.

Parents you all you

planninq -to regive

without

child:

"God

will givs

love

to give,

but

You

want

God

what

you to show His

ail*

to you by giving you the things you want, but God wants love from

you. The

which God puts

Mamma you can help God bless them by getting Papa vs slippers and

worthy

hzlping Mamma dry the dishzs,

can

show

your

1ove

love

all

things

on

ea~th. h%sn you

That

ask God

is

the

to bless

Papa

can ba

and

way you

of

receiving

all

the

things

you ask

for, ''

When a

mother

pLaays

to

God

to

extznd

Xis

loving

protaction

to hep son from harm

in

transit

on

stolamy

seas

she herself

must

axtand

and to all things of God vs creating. Her devout pray32 can alone

be

her

lovz

that

equally

-

w.

to all

--

other

all mothers

earth,

--

sons

of

of

-

---

-

---

-

--

answeked

When

she

prays

dzvoutly,

no

matter how

deep hzr

sincerity

in asking

love

from hek

moth22 heart,

then

turns

angrily

or

impatiently upon

her

friend,

or

neighbor,

OP

a

se~vantin her

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house

uttemd,

she,

hzilszlf,

voids

ha~~plaayeia--as

though

h%en you

ask God

to bless

yOUi3 business

and

it

nevd~~had

bzen

make

it pl'ospia

God

will answar

your

pidayei=whan

you

go

odt

into

you~lplant

an.d

bless

all

in

it

and

make

them

prospc=r.

Idhen yo11 ~egiveto your

i/

halpei's

by

earth.

God

the

love

givsn you

That

by

is

God

what

through

you,

----

it

is

is

God's

meant

lova

manifasting

givzn

to

th2m

on

GO:^

--

 

h%en

you

pray

foi'

God

to

show His

lovd

for

you by

giving

your

good

crops

must

yourszlf

givt

lova

your

to

regive

His

giving,

Youia love

givzn

to

thzm

is

Gcd's

love

gimn

--

to you for regiving. Your---love and GO$'s love are ONE. Its man-

ifestation ---is TWO in pivin~and- regiving but that TWO ii thz ONE:

--- --

------

Hl3AhTBEAT --of God's body, c=vzn as the swinging of the pandulam

----

--

the

would

pray,

avelay part of you, every grass blade--evsry

TWO

If

of

the

+,he mE

fapmer

unto

manifzstaticn,

in

thz

midst

my

green

of

-----

saying

sousce

them:

of

-

but

''I

their

stand

love

his

fields

lovz

and

you

fields,

I

coot

an3 herb

is

-

and

2ar

of ilipening coian, I lova evary tree of ~GU, each lzaf of you

which

gives

love

in

oxygen

for

nitrogen

given you

in

love.

I

lovz

the

fruit of zach tkze of you--and

the

~~ed-go13you

give

mz

in your

luscious fiauit fora the love I givu? to your roots, 'I If tha falmer

would but pkay that way--deeply--and in his heast--ha wocll pros-

psr as his fields prospeiasd with him.

for lovz given,

light

but the manifestation of

can ever give to man,

And

he

would

know

no

fatigua

e

for

low

givzn

is

never

wo2k--and

in

his

th6re

woul3

b2

naught

in his

2ges

and

inner

joyousnsss

given

on

heart

it

which

is

love

earth as

in heavan

UNIVEHSAL LAW,

- ---_-

NATUdAL

SCIENCE AFaD PHILOSOPHY

-P------------------------_----------------------

AGAm

TEACH US HOW TO PRAY

Page

78

He

who

can

say

in his

heart:

"I and my Fathai are oner', and

feel the

ecstasy

of

that

unity,

is continually IN PRAYER, even as

he

is

continually

IN

LIFE

and

continually breathing,

His

prayer

is like unto his inward-outward bkeath which is forever with him,

forever

vitalizing

him,

He

who knows

the

Light

of

love

in him

does

not

beseech

the

Father-Mother

next heartbeat,

of

the

unive~asefor his

next

for he

fully

knows

that

his

b~leath,nor

hzartbeat

for his

one

is

with

the

universal

pulse,

and

that

for which

he

would

is

already his. Therefore

I

say

to

you

when you

ask

of

me:

pray,

ahd

when?"

I

say

to you:

As

you

live

and

uaily

so

shall you

be

-in prayer

continuously--as-

and

love.

--

needlessly

ask

"HOW

shall

I

breathe

gou are

contin-

in

life

---

And

as

the

air you

b~eathesurrounds

you

abundantly,

await-

ing your

need

of

it,

so

is

that

which

you

would

ask

for your need

awaiting you in abundant supply, yea, even to ove,rflowing full-

ness.

And

as

there

is

not

a

time

when

God

centers

you,

an3 an

inter-

val elapses

in which

He

again

centars

and

controls

you~balanced

a

heartbeat to

synchronize

with

His,

so

is

there

not

tfme when you

should pray to Him, and another And, likewise, as theke is

is

denied

you

while

you

manifest

so,

likewise,

there

shall nevek

need

--

to

worthily manffest Hfm

-

time

when

you

should

not.

 

not

a

time

when

the

air you

breathe

gouk

Father-Mother

on

this

eapth,

come

time

denied

when

that

for

-9

-----

a

you,

which you

I again

-

shall be

. -

UFJIVERSAL LAW, NATURAL

SCDNCE AND PHILOSOPHY

-

-_-

---O-P-----------------------------------------------

say, you alrzady have

---

that

for

which

gou ask

-9

love

-7

- and 9

life

for

-

which

$ou have

--

not

asked.

Page

even

- A

as you have

79

If

there

are

times

when

you

would

like

to

put

words

to

your

desirss to give

them

form

let

not

your

words

be

from

your

lips,

nor give voice to them, Say in your haart when solely perplexed:

fl Be

Thou

Thee

in

rn2

my

ath her",

and

know

Bim

as

youp

vepy

Self,

Your

problem

may

be

great

and

your

wisdom

in

doubt

to

your

i/

Self. If then you would say: "Father, stand by--I deeply need

~hee",it might mean moke in assukance to you--but to our Father ,

it weighs not one whit more than saying it in your heart--so pray

you

you

to .Him that

way

if

it

comforts

to

to

thus

commune,

If

sleep wfll not

come

for heaviness

regarding

your

dealings with a friend, writs your questioning upon your heart

and

know that the answer will be wkitten fn balanced rhythms where

with desire that

love

shall guide

you,

then

sleep

in

peace

the

question has

if

youk

And

been

handiwork

erased.

goes

not

to

your

liking,

having

too

much of your 2a~thself in it--sensing instead of knowing--liking

and not loving--divertzd

by

sounds

of

ea~thfrom

hearing

the

silences of heaven whfch bosns them on earth--thdn, I say, open

wide

Rejoice then in you~again renewed ecstasy as you again think youi

the

doors

of

your

Soul and

1st God

in

to

work

with

you.

work knowingly with God, ckeating with His hands and yoxrs as one.

If

a

friend

appkoach you

with

a

grfevance

send

love

to

open

tha door for him to you--and sag withfn your heart: -- athe her, let

my words be Thy words to him, not mine alone", --then weigh his

grievanca in the scales of love and not let him depart unillumined

UNIVEHSAL LAW, NATURAL

SCm CE AND PHILOSOPHY

_--

-_-_D

-----------------------------------------------

by

the

Light,

but

vofd

his

gkievance

If you find your business

slowly

with

your

love,

ebbing because

Page

80

you have,

per-

chance, founded it afar f~omwhelae you should have founded it, ad you grieve because you have not the means to transfek it to that

far State where you now know it

grieve, but rejoice that God has illumined you with the Light of knowing what to do to balance your unbalanced beginning, -In your rejoicing -is your power ---to take the first step of that far jour- neg which will be followed by another, and still anothek one-- even as one breath forever follows another--untfl that far State

to not

would

thrive,

I

say

to

you

7--

is

beneath

your

Know you,

-

feet

in answer

that

to youk

the

ppayer,

however,

---

all

piaayers

in all

the

---

world

would have been as soft blown winds on desart sands, had you not

regiven -to your

with Him,

that which you give

to manifest

----

-

Father,

----even as

braath

Q

He has

given -to gou, Q

to balance

-

working

that

-

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