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Effect and Love for L

[643] Everything has the one origin L. The big thoughts were planned ahead by L. Therefore, nobody needs to boast of them. One can be proud of ones own achievements, if one does not forget L. L does not like the science in that questions are answered that are hardly of interest, only to obtain broadness with simple armamentarium. The important things first, then the aptitude, then the broadness is the order.

[644] Who never asked zerself the question who will still read zis texts in a hundred years, did not recognise what is important, but indulges zerself in the luxury of mediocrity. The problems of the world are too serious that we can presume to be only mediocre in important issues. To remain deliberately below ones best, when important issues are involved, removes one from L. What one does not accomplish by oneself, one accomplishes perhaps together.

[645] One has not to be a genius to be something worth in this world. But a minimum of effort L may demand of anybody, who is able to. Laziness punishes itself. We are to grow towards L: Logjam and decay need not be in any stage of life. The spiritual field is the most extensive and developable. Here the greatest progresses can be achieved. It should spearhead our efforts.

[646] The psychic field is less extensive and is in second place. It is important and therefore not negligible. We need it to feel good. The body is the third and last of the three fields. We leave it behind, if we die, because it would be hindering in subsequent life. We should care for our body and appreciate it, as it will be available only at a reincarnation again.

[647] After the minimum to L, respect, is accomplished, the next step is the intense effort to make oneself useful. Who is of use to others receives first reward from others, who is of use to L the first reward from L. One is of use to L, if one satisfies zis notions. They are contained in the word of L. We are of use to L by giving zer back the love that we have received from zer.

[648] At this, the word love is less important than the doings that follow from it. One can love L even with relatively simple activities: the range is large - for every creature (and be it in the subsequent life). By refining ourselves, we come closer to L more and more, until we may unite with zer sometime. Then, our self is no longer important for us anymore and we have attained our target that cannot be exceeded anymore.

[966] It is more important that we feel well than that we are loved: If we are unwell, we yearn for an improvement of our status. We can cope without love for a longer time, but cannot really endure long in a bad status. Therefore, we should primarily seek sense of being before we turn to other things. Every living being should know its individual needs.

[967] L is acquainted exactly with our needs and knows what we would love nothing better than to do with zer together, if ze would get involved with that. If we wish something from zer, it should be a wish from that everybody benefits a lot: no implicitness, but something that improves the world without that L would have something to change what ze does not want to change. I wished from zer that ze explains the world to us.

[968] If we understand how the world works, we have the potential to change it in zis sense. That goes with that L says something about zerself and the subsequent worlds, because the goal is part of our world. The biggest need for changes exists in our way of life: We should lead a life towards L, develop and improve thereby the distribution of resources and the living together of the creatures.

[969] If L gives us an inch, we should not take a mile. Who loses zis measure punishes zerself, since L adjusts it to zer again. Sometimes one gets on only by small steps forward and then it is imperative to exercise patience. The most ambitious goal will be achieved only with effort: something else would be unjust before L. It is the most superb to be really guerdoned and pampered by L.

[970] But it is anything but a matter of course. L presupposes for high reward echt suffering or high dedication. If we receive little, we can appreciate what we have achieved. We can force nothing before L, what does not please zer. But L can coerce us to something what pleases zer. We should give no occasion for such coercion. It is usually bad karma which gives a reason.

[971] Everybody can be reflected in L, if ze knows sufficiently about L. We should not be a burden on L, but give reason for zis love to us. Our love for zer should warrant zis trust in us. If we disappoint L, we should make good for that and show regret. For this purpose, we have to check over our relationship to L over and over, so that we realise how we stand by zer and what pleases zer.

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