better than they did before the contact took place.
4.44.5 Every condition arises out of the W
4.44.6 Some have been born with great willpower, others with less, but
4.45 the moment that a person fully realises that all W
has been drawn from U
4.45.2 the person begin to realise that willpower is not limited after all.
4.45.3 It can be drawn, according to the magnitude and strength of ones faith,
to this moment, the next moment, and the rest of the day.
4.47 A King or Prime Minister can be remembered for his goodness,
the benefits he brought his country, or for the misery he imposed
on the people. Similarly, a man born into an impoverished family,
who may not have developed his abilities to any high level, but
4.47.1 who gave his all in his service to his environment,
will eventually be as revered by kin and friends
– and in the next life reap of his sowing as does the King or Prime Minister.
because the nature of life force is unconditional love and service,
work and harmony, giving whatever is necessary
for the fulfilment of the needs of another.
to people who are sick, then let that life-force be spent
in its highest form: as eager willingness to walk to the patient
with a warm smile, and hand over the tea with kindness,
goodwill, and a desire for the healing of the person.
4.48.1 In such a way, a tea giver can become a radiant medium
of healing and upliftment.
4.48.2 The more frequently the tea-giver calls silently for an inflow
of Divine Consciousness into her own consciousness, the greater
and more penetrating will be her radiated life-force to the patient.