are no accidents or victims. Each person is responsible for his own
evolution. Each pulls to himself the circumstances experienced in life.
He puts in an order, so to speak, and gets back three cracked cups. That
is a part of the learning pattern, trial and error.
That is why
adversity is so useful. It allows people to look for something beyond
day-to-day reality, and this brings them in touch with their true inner
selves. In desperation, they begin to pull on their unlimited power, and
they realize that anything can be changed, that suffering is a product
of the inner self, and by looking at their inner selves, they can
Stuart Wilde, in “Miracles”
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