Friday, 26 March 2021
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I have often found I can be capable of convincing people who are even radically in a bad mental state or conception, but only if in those cases they actually wish to be free of those states. But what can I do and say for those who just want to vent their problems, and yet despite how serious their problems may be (and how painful it is to see them suffer) do not want to be convinced? I feel the need to help them, but I do not know what to say or do.
1 year ago
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#24556
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There is the need to learn how to control the word and to know how to calculate with exactness the result of our words.

One word can serve as a blessing to one person, yet as an insult to another.

Therefore, we must calculate very well the result of a word before it is uttered.

The lords of karma judge the results of actions without taking into account good intentions.

Our mind must be simple and humble and filled with the most profound respect.

Our disciples must carefully avoid any argument in order not to waste their energy uselessly.

Whosoever wants to accept the doctrine of the Gnostics, let him accept it. Whosoever does not want to accept it is not yet mature. Therefore, it is useless to form an argument in order to convince such an individual.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

1 year ago
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#24556
Accepted Answer
There is the need to learn how to control the word and to know how to calculate with exactness the result of our words.

One word can serve as a blessing to one person, yet as an insult to another.

Therefore, we must calculate very well the result of a word before it is uttered.

The lords of karma judge the results of actions without taking into account good intentions.

Our mind must be simple and humble and filled with the most profound respect.

Our disciples must carefully avoid any argument in order not to waste their energy uselessly.

Whosoever wants to accept the doctrine of the Gnostics, let him accept it. Whosoever does not want to accept it is not yet mature. Therefore, it is useless to form an argument in order to convince such an individual.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

1 year ago
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#24557
Indeed... I think understand a little better what to do now. Thank you.
Hasan selected the reply #24556 as the answer for this post — 1 year ago
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