FROM DISSATISFACTION TO SATISFACTION

A certain amount of dissatisfaction with oneself and a resolute desire for improvement evidence a healthy state of mind. But progress is hindered if the dissatisfaction becomes so severe that the possibility and necessity for self-improvement are lost in a sense of dark despair and hopeless self-condemnation.

Probably not many mortals would say that the material sense of life is a very satisfactory order of existence, but most have come to accept it as the only order they know, and many have become resigned to it. More than a few are prone to believe they are for the moment satisfied with it, at least to the extent of not being willing to make any consistent effort to get free from it by searching out a more satisfying sense of being.

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