If we are helping someone repeatedly, then we are not helping him.
The man doing what he doesn’t want to do needs help in order to do it. The man who wants to do what he’s doing needs no help. See! He’s already doing it.
For us to help someone, we must be beyond the need of help ourselves. We’re not beyond the need of help until the moment arrives when we realize we are sons of God.
Help is not to be had by looking outside of ourselves. This is the folly of prayer.
The fool who persists in his folly becomes wise.
Do not all things work for good?
You say you have a right to be angry. And yes, that’s right, you do. But what has this ‘right’ built, created, healed, helped, invented or reconciled?