Mind Motivates Man

The answer to our problems lies close at hand. It doesn't matter what the problem is—sickness or unhappy personal relationships or anything else. The answer is available. It's one thing to believe this; quite another thing to prove it.

In our search for understanding and spiritual maturity we often find that our beliefs about our fellow beings are at best illusionary. While dealing with others on a material basis, we lay ourselves open to a myriad of disrupting influences—irritation, disappointment, frustration, and the more acute forms of suspicion, jealousy, fear, and hatred.

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