Jesus Was a Good Carpenter

Our Master understood well the importance of being alone with God. Often he went apart from the clamor and tumult of crowds and communed with divine Love, then returned to the city and poured the healing of that Love upon the wounds of weary mortals.

One aspect of material thinking is that of bustling, strained activity. In noisy self-importance, mortal mind bombards the world's workers with many suggestions—lack of time, overwork, fatigue, fear, and the like. It points to the clock and says: "You must hurry! If you do not, you will not get anything done."

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