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October 22-28, 2001
volume 12, no. 153

The key to happiness can only be unlocked when one takes responsibility for their own actions before God
    "Those who have to counsel other people should therefore never take too seriously the seeming wrath against goodness and morality. It may be only the swathing grave cloths out of which the new person is to rise. The individual really does not hate goodness, but himself. But in his pride he will not admit it, until at last restlessness and uneasiness drive him to his knees for pardon and for light. When he begins to blame himself and not economic conditions, or his companions, or his grandmother, or his ductless glands, he finds the key to happiness."




October 22-28, 2001
volume 12, no. 153
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