Part Seventeen - Introduction

The kind of knowledge which a person, consciously or unconsciously, lives by, indicates the intellectual status of the person.

Some made images of their Ideals, whom they were accustomed to meditate on, and among the most intelligent, at least, these images were but the visible fulcrums with which they were enabled to mentally concentrate on the qualities which they desired to externalize in their lives.

Some of the twenty-first century meditate on Love in theory, and in practice they make for themselves images of Joy, Love, Health, Intelligence and Utility. They concentrate on them and they are thereby externalized in their lives.

The student who masters the contents of Part Seventeen will know the reality; they will be interested in causes. They will concentrate on the realities of life, and will then be satisfied in the results.

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