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Table of Contents
1. Spiritual Work
2. On Responsibility
3. On Building the New Life
4. On the Living Knowledge
5. On Perfection
6. On the Reality of the Invisible World
7. On Participation in the Work of the Universal White Brotherhood
Parents and teachers have every material means at their disposal for the proper education of children, but they still lack the means of regenerating humanity. This is what the Teaching of the Universal White Brotherhood brings us: the means parents need to bring healthy, gifted children into the world, the means educators need to turn them into men and women ready to work for the good of society. But these methods can only be applied by adults who have already changed their patterns of behaviour in such a way as to be living examples for their young charges.
As long as men put their own private interests ahead of the interests of the collectivity, the whole, they will never solve their problems. By "interests of the collectivity", I am not referring only to human beings, but to the whole Universe, that men are using as they wish, to gratify their own desires. Look at the way animals are exploited, trees destroyed, mountains and the sea polluted. Once men develop the technical means, you will see what they will do with the sun, the moon and other planets. Humans use everything that exists for one purpose: their own material satisfaction.
All thus must change: the means must now become the goal. We must make universal brotherhood, universal harmony, our goal, and put all the means at our disposal, our qualities, faculties, talents, strength and energy, to work toward that end. Only then will the problems of mankind be resolved.
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