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[769] L should be made known to a child early on as somebody to which it can speak and who listens wherever and whenever it wants, who helps and makes good for all, whatever happens, who loves it more than anybody else and whom it can always confide in, who answers when the time has come and sends all important thoughts, who is bigger than anything that any human being can imagine.

[770] A little later, one can explain why L shows zerself rarely and only few people: Ze has given all what we need and what is good for us. Now it is up to us to return to zer what we can give zer: the love - as a feeling and endeavour. If we are badly off, we know that L compensates that sometime: There is an ongoing alternation of good and bad in life that lasts forever and contains evermore.

[771] We should treat others well, so that L can treat us well, too. If we treat others badly, we have to get along with less than we want. L can assume any shape, and everything there is, comes from zer and belongs to zer. If we own it, then ze lent it to us. Only what we know and what is important to us, we may keep forever. L gives us a film about our lives, if we are dead.

[772] We can always watch this film and it is as if we are living our life once again. To be dead means: to go in a different world, where there is still more to experience. We need to fear nothing and nobody, because L is always there and watches, if not ze zerself, then zis helpers. We usually cannot see them, since they also live in the world in which we come someday and are not yet now.

[773] L forgives everything, but ze does not undo the wicked what we do. Ze guides us back to the right track, so that we are sometime almost as big as ze is. We have to learn to relinquish certain things, since it is not a given to have always enough of everything and more. If L denies us something, then ze has reasons for this, which we come to know at the latest, if we are dead and go into the next world.

[774] There is good and evil in the world. Both belong together, and none can be eliminated. We can freely choose between the two, even if the decision is not always easy. We should, wherever possible, opt for the good because we opt for L by this. L wants, that all happens as ze imagines. If we do not help zer, then it comes to nothing.

[775] In all is the evil, but it must only be a small part in us. Who contains much good, is rewarded, who contains much evil, will be punished. L wants it this way, and everybody knows it sometime - the sooner the better. L abides by zis word. Nothing can discourage zer. Our parents and educators should show us, how it is done correctly. They make mistakes like every creature and we should forgive them these like L.

[776] In the word of L we can learn how L is, and we should be. One does not understand everything immediately. But there is always someone who can explain all in it. It applies until there is a new one. L communicates the way ze wants to have it then by seeking time and again people who make it new. These people are different from the others. Not everybody can serve L this way. L always creates something special: One knows that it was zer.

[777] More developed children learn what it means, if L is infinite and has several awarenesses, what dimensions, substances and references are and how they shape the worlds, to know determinism and inconsistencies. The most developed learn the connection between worlds and power sets, to understand the non-linear time axis, (in)homogeneous spaces as well as multidimensional and cyclic time.

[778] In the virtue doctrine can be proceeded from simple to more complex issues. It is always recommended to establish an own knowledge base and to think thoughts further. Expansion in the good without ignoring evil, and performance according to one's abilities and aptitudes are to aspire to. It is to do with the service for others and for L as well as with the cognitions, which prepare for a fulfilling life.

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