NOVEMBER 5, 1983 AT 9:15 A.M.
“Evil does not always show itself in a disagreeable stench of odor. Evil, even when it is covered by justification or normal conditions, it is obvious because it is an act, a thought, a deed or a commitment to accommodate, to compromise or to substitute good.
Evil is obvious when the results are against God’s Ten Commandments. There is no purity in an evil act, in an act that compromises a decision justifying the slightest scar to the sensitive purity of our Soul.
As human beings we are all sensitive to pain, personal hurt, downgrading of our self-esteem, insults, indifference to our thoughts, our intentions, our very presence, our kind acts, our hope and help to others, our time for others for the benefit of them.
If our human nature and personality are so sensitive and so acutely hurt by considerably small abusiveness from other people, it is not difficult to see the tremendous damage, leaving scars on such a pure state of our being, our Soul, because It is a Portion of God rendering to us the Promise that through this Portion of us, we have the opportunity to live with Him Forever, for All Eternity.
Self-control and self-discipline are such important means to avoid any scars on this Precious Soul that belongs to God. Self-control and self-discipline are not impossible. God never gives us the impossible, for He is fully aware of everything we are capable of and incapable of.
Regret oftentimes follows a lack of self-control and self-discipline, but this too can be eliminated when one makes a habit of practicing self-control and self-discipline.
Common sense tells us that if there was no God and if there was no reason to see the Sound Evidence for God’s Ten Commandments, then there would be no Reason for our existence, no Reason to have feeling, to increase our learning, our station of life. The very fact that we are conscious of dignity, respect, mercy, love, hope, need, justice, gives logic to the True Existence of God. These are only a few Reasonings that He Truly Exists and that our Purpose in the physical life must have an Ultimate Goal to attain by mere common sense, logical ambition, evident in our very human nature.”