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Question 12

[1562] Question 12: "Does history of mankind show a development in the sense of progress? Is there except the technical-civilising progress also a progress of humanity and wisdom? Can man do something to this and should ze primarily aspire to zis personal, mental and ethical perfecting or but the 'ransom' of all humans?"

[1563] Answer: The rich countries could improve the living conditions of their population to a great extent, so that the elite could also find leisure in the field of humanity and wisdom to achieve progress. Unfortunately, it fell yet very short of expectations, so that, in the poor countries, little progress and development can be found. The world becomes more and more unjust, if they do not anything about it. [1564] Wise humans are extremely rare, there are many knowing ones. A society that stands on the sidelines as to the suffering of many or even intensifies it, cannot said to be humane. Man can do much to achieve echt progress. To do this ze must first deliver zerself from wrong goals and turn to the right ones. The word of L brings zer hereto on the right track. The own perfecting is subordinated compared to the service to L. [1565] L is best served when preferably many as quickly and comprehensively as possible develop towards zer. Then a great many live a happy and fulfilling life and the way to 'ransom' is short. The question is extended by the posing of the question what is true development. A society is then developed, if all the creatures feel well in their world and achieved great progress in their development towards L. We are far away from the two conditions. [1566] Poverty, hunger, wars, diseases and so forth determine our world in many areas. L is to a large extent misunderstood. Therefore, the proper goal of development is missing. A successful development policy does not take place, since the rich countries insist more on their own interests than to take those of the poor countries appropriately into account. What needs to happen here, and should, is more and more elaborated on the (political) site of the religion of love. [1567] The personal development should start with the answer to the question, what is important in this world in life. Then one should consider how one achieves these goals. One should try to build up an intense relationship with L by exploring zer in prayer. One should prioritise zis goals and formulate ideals that one aspires to. A goal and ideal of life should be the lodestar after L. One should try to implement as much as possible of that what is in the word of L. One should include others in zis development and try to further their development. [1568] One should try to effectively and efficiently to achieve sustainable success. At this, one should not neglect the own development, but include it usefully in all zis judging and acting. One should check again and again, together with L, whether one is on the right track and, if necessary, correct deviations adequately. [1569] For this purpose, one should not disdain the help of others and give at least this help back. A society in that everybody is there for the others as L is for the creatures, differs from our current one fundamentally, but it is that one that L wants for our world and everyone. It is not a utopia, since most worlds in the universe are the way L reveals to us. [1570] In a world that is developed, the commandment in the word of L is most widely positively implemented: Be there for L like ze is there for you. One starts with small steps and increases them gradually. Initial successes entail further ones. More and more humans participate, until only the ignorant and unteachable are left who would rather suffer than to grasp the happiness and to enjoy a fulfilling life in community with L. [1571] One does not live the extremes, but swings around a useful middle. One is not mediocre, but makes all reasonable efforts. Everybody feels well and develops towards L. It is a pleasure for L to view this world and to find zerself in each individual, without that this gives up zis individuality, but is completely zerself.

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