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Auxiliary Virtues

[120] First of all one needs the will to improve oneself. One would like to learn more. Here helps a given inquisitiveness. Who does not want to develop zerself has difficulties. Ze will meet sometime in zis life with obstacles that limit zis getting ahead. This can radiate on areas outside of the virtue doctrine.

[121] We presuppose thus the will for education. We must learn to calculate situations correctly. This presupposes experience. Therefore, one excuses our errors at the beginning. Only if we see the world correctly, we can act rightly. And this is a demand to the own personality.

[122] We do not have to be perfect. Perfection is not possible for us. This is connected with the lacking total knowledge, which we can probably never obtain. But we should not be able to reproach before us and before L. With L we have the highest judge at our side. Therefore, ze is so important.

[123] No ideal that we established can reach zer. This is due to the infinity of L and to the finiteness of man. Furthermore, we should be honest before us. If we trick ourselves, we run into the wrong direction. It is difficult to deal with continued lie, because it is straining.

[124] In order to calculate situations correctly, we need a good observation. This must be followed by correct reasoning on the personal consequences. Good observation presupposes attention. Everything must be taken up as correctly as possible. For correct reasoning we need a neat logic.

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