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Daily Meditation for Thursday, November 26, 2020 (click here to view Past Daily Meditations)
"It is very difficult to make the distinction between good and evil in our everyday lives, to see exactly where one ends and the other begins, for they are inextricably intermingled. This is why the Emerald Tablet says, ‘You shall separate the subtle (good) from the gross (evil) with great industry.’ Evil clings to good in order to draw strength from it; and good adheres to, and feeds on, evil. Good has the right to do this, just as a plant has the right to draw nourishment from the soil in which it grows; in doing so it is obeying the laws of creation and life. But the soil does not have the right to draw strength from a plant."

Thought of the Week for Nov 22 - Nov 28, 2020
Take a Look at Yourself
" It is normal to have opinions and points of view. But do you ask yourself from time to time why it is that you accept or reject this opinion or that point of view? Try to identify the tendencies in yourself that prevent you from judging impartially, and stop being so sure you are in the right. Until you make up your mind to analyze yourself with a view to improving your conduct, you will continue to clash with others over all kinds of matters that are not worth your while. You must become aware of these lower tendencies which obscure your inner view and sustain your mistaken ideas and opinions, because they prevent you from rediscovering this original unity which will at last allow everyone to understand each other and get along. "
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