TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON NOVEMBER 13, 1979

"CAUTION"

“Don’t be fooled by an emotional outburst.  It most certainly does not mean that the emotion is triggered by true sensitivity to a situation.  It can very easily mean self-love, a lack of self-discipline, and a purely insensitive personality, only demonstrating anger, hurt, frustration or self-pity.

When people show only an emotional action or reaction, others who are involved should weigh the situation well before responding.  A certain amount of emotion is necessary in life, but always remember, too much emotion rings the bell of instability.  Many times etherealism works on emotionalism.  To be ethereal does not necessarily mean one is pious, but could mean that this person is insensitive to reality.”

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