The Comforter

The whole world is in need of comfort! And suffering humanity seeks through every avenue of materiality for this comfort, which it so much desires and needs; but it seeks in vain.

Mortals think that their requirements are material. They think that wealth, health, and harmony may be gained from an abundance of money, perfect physicality, and congenial surroundings and companionship. But do not many who possess all these things still seem very miserable and sadly in need of something more? The very conditions that one may envy in another, thinking they constitute a paradise on earth, the envied one may find a veritable purgatory of dissatisfaction and discontent.

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