What remains to be lived,
the coming twenty-four hours, you
must face as you awake.
Any man on a march on earth carries
only what he needs for that very march.
Would you pity him if you saw him bearing
too the overwhelming weight of the worn-out
shoes and uniforms of past marches and years?
And yet, in the mental and spiritual life, man does these
things. Small wonder My poor world is heartsick and weary.
Not so must you act.
‘greater is the One who lives inside of me than he that lives in the world.’