Tuesday, 8 April 2014

No place in Heaven

True worth may go unrewarded on earth, but never here, where all is justice of the highest and most perfect order. The human mind must learn to realise its imperfections, otherwise total loss of perception takes place, without which no one can appear to best advantage or succeed as they otherwise might. Greed and conceit are two of the worst of mortal sins, for they breed most of the trouble in the world. Selfishness becomes the eldest son, who causes havoc right and left throughout great territory, wrecking pure thought advancement at every turn. Forget self and selfishness disappears. The two are foreign bodies, finding no place in Heaven.

Clifford (Spirit)