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Selected meditation: Thursday, March 15, 2001
"Men and women have a natural tendency, a desire to impose themselves on others, that is, to demand, to force people. And it is amazing to see how easy it is for them to organize and command without thinking that they might encounter opposition - although this is frequently the case! In this way, they engage in a struggle that will end in exhaustion, even sickness. Those who have this tendency and desire to impose themselves should constantly analyze themselves: they will then understand where their discomforts come from. Of course, many will claim that they have a job which carries heavy responsibilities, and that their work wears them out because conditions are deplorable and other people constantly create difficulties for them. No, fatigue does not come from work - providing one knows how to work. Fatigue comes from the fact that people confuse work and the desire to impose themselves."

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov


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