"That of a nature which causes resentments, distrust, animosity, is already cut from that which is creative. It is true that it may have its place in the experience of others, but it is much like the nail driven in the post. The nail, the hindrance, may be removed, but the scar remaineth. It is weakened by the might or force."

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Comment by Chris Durbin on November 28, 2020 at 4:54am

"How oft shall I forgive? Seven times? Yea, seventy times seven, that ye may know that which is builded in self. Through patience does the understanding come. Knowledge of itself is nothing. Remove self far from criticisms or fault-findings in others, and there comes then patience in word, deed and act. These are the BEGINNINGS, as it were, of wisdom."

Edgar Cayce reading 262-24

Comment by Chris Durbin on November 24, 2020 at 5:34am

"You have to feed the physical body, don't you? Then feed your mind, and study to know with what spirit ye feed it. Feed this with a regular diet for the spirit and mind of the body, and remember, you'll need as much vitamin in the spirit as you will in the physical being!"

Edgar Cayce reading 3541-1

Comment by Chris Durbin on November 24, 2020 at 5:25am

"As has been indicated, a little more patient, a little more tolerant, a little more humble. But . . .not a tolerance that becomes timid--this would make rebellion in self. Not a patience that is not positive. Not an humbleness that becomes morbid or lacking in beauty. For as orderliness is a part of thy being, so let consistency--as persistency--be a part of thy being."

Edgar Cayce reading 1402-1

Comment by Chris Durbin on November 22, 2020 at 1:13pm

"Thought is the builder, but spirit is the motivating force. What spirit do you entertain? If it be of God, it cannot fail."

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Comment by Chris Durbin on November 8, 2020 at 8:31am

"Meditate, oft. Separate thyself for a season from the cares of the world. Get close to nature and learn from the lowliest of that which manifests in nature, in the earth; in the birds, in the trees, in the grass, in the flowers, in the bees; that the life of each is a manifesting, is a song of glory to its Maker. And do thou likewise!"
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