The Kingdom Within

It is normal that everyone should desire a harmonious human experience, but there is a wide divergence of opinion as to how this good may be attained.

The world in general believes that good is basically material and governed largely by material factors. Health, it says, is dependent on obedience to physical health laws. Abundant supply, it believes, is the result of concentrated human effort based on intense self-interest or is merely the outcome of chance. Many people try to find inner satisfaction through some form of sensual indulgence. But in every case genuine well-being is missing because the all-important spiritual factor is ignored.

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