"Then what are you grumbling about because you dislike your mother? She dislikes you as much, but change this into love. Be kind?, be gentle?, be patient?, be longsuffering, for if thy God was not longsuffering with thee, what chance would you have?" Cayce (5081-1)

". . . unless each soul entity . . . makes the world better, that corner or place of the world a little better, a little bit more hopeful, a little bit more patient, showing a little more of brotherly love, a little more of kindness, a little more of longsuffering - by the very words and deeds of the entity, the life is a failure; especially so far as growth is concerned. Though you gain the whole world, how little ye must think of thyself if ye lose the purpose for which the soul entered this particular sojourn!" Cayce (3420-1)

". . . for in suffering strength is gained, even as the wind bloweth where it listeth - one heareth the sound thereof and knoweth not whither it cometh nor whence it goeth, yet that is as of the thought and intent in the individual characterization of self - that out of those forces comes that same in an individual or entity's being . . ." Cayce (5528-1)

See Also

Law of Allowing
purpose of life

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