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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

The Holy Man's Trials 7


7. An exaggerated projection as to the possibility of further evil becoming in existence, which is larger than what is already perceived. 

This paranoia is of course deleterious to the deciding individual, but once again is very much of consequence to the condition as described above. The way in which one can tell number six from number seven is by measure of our idealism. 

The devilish forces would have one believe that failure will predominate outcome, whilst the heavenly forces only ever encourage and envisage the best of all possible outcomes; and even though they may well comprehend the threatening fearfulness of evility along the way, are not given in to conceding to that evility winning at the end of it all.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you again!


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