It will require weeks, months, years
of effort on their part to climb over that rock which
you surmounted in a few hours.
it is right and just for you to call other strong ones
to your aid and roll the boulder away or blast it out
of the path. That is just exactly the way you should
think of the present industrial conditions. In spite
of them, the strong, well-poised, earnest and
determined soul can reach any desired success.
there are boulders in the road which do not belong
there, boulders which cause hundreds of the pilgrims
who are lame or blind or burdened, to fall by the
wayside and perish. It is your duty to aid in removing
these obstacles and in making the road a safe and
clear thoroughfare for all who journey.
not sit down by the roadside and say you have been
hindered by these difficulties, that is to confess
yourself weak. Do not mount over them and rush to your
goal and say coldly to the throngs behind you,
"Oh, everybody can climb over that rock who
really tries--didnít I?" That is to
announce yourself selfish and unsympathetic.
No doubt the lame, the blind and the burdened could
attain the goal despite the rocks if they were
fired by a consciousness of the divine force within
them; that consciousness can achieve all things
under all circumstances. But there will always be
thousands of pilgrims toiling wearily toward the goal
who have not come to this realization.
there are unjust, unfair and unkind restrictions
placed about them, see to it that you do all in your
power to right what is wrong. But never wait to attain
your own success because of these restrictions or
absolutely in your own God-given power to overcome
anything and everything. Think of yourself as
performing miracles with Godís aid.
success so intensely that you attract it as the magnet
attracts the steel.
to adjust things as you go along, but never for a
moment believe that the lack of adjustment can cause
you to fail.
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