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Alchemy (2)

Ego dies when we accept the unacceptable, and when we do it now. Ego cannot die in the future.


Good news

Unconscious men evolve through a series of shocks and calamities. Conscious men evolve through a series of easements.

It’s good news all around.

And the worst thing that happened was the best thing.


A stream of judgements, according to which the world is divided into Like and Don’t Like, constitutes virtually all of our thought content. To stop thinking, stop judging. The death of judgement is the birth of contentment.


In a letter to her sister, Therese Martin, dead of tuberculosis at 24, wrote: “If you can bear with serenity the trial of being displeasing to yourself, then you will be for Jesus a pleasant place of shelter.”

In lay language, we commit a most grievous error when we judge ourselves.

A mistake is a mystery.