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Love and character
Love and character
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Love and character

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"What we greet the world with, …

"What we greet the world with,
the world regives us in kind."
Walter & Lao Russell

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  • 1. It is <br />Contentment<br />That man needs<br /> rather than <br />What is called<br />“happiness”<br />
  • 2. Contentment<br />is what <br />a child knows<br />when cradled<br />in its mother’s<br />arms . . .<br />
  • 3. The <br />fulfillment of life<br />is known by <br />the mother and<br /> father of a new <br />born baby when <br />they gaze upon <br />that precious<br />extension of their<br />united Love.<br />
  • 4. The ultimate in<br />fulfillment can be<br />known only,<br />however, by the<br />mother and father<br />who are spiritually,<br />mentally and <br />physically mated for <br />only such balanced<br />matehood can bring<br />the ecstasy of <br />complete fulfillment.<br />
  • 5. A return to a <br />simpler way of life<br />than what we <br />have had during <br />the past fifty years<br />would bring man<br />greater inner peace<br />and strength which<br />he could not fail to<br />express in his<br />workday life.<br />
  • 6. When we speak of women taking their rightful place in the world, we are not advocating public office.<br />The most important base of operation is the home for it is from the home that all life begins.<br />
  • 7. It is like a <br />Springboard<br />To the ocean <br />of life.<br />If it is a good, <br />Strong, solid <br />Springboard,<br />It will send one<br />Forth with<br />Strength and<br />Confidence.<br />
  • 8. We take the<br />qualities of <br />love, beauty,<br />contentment, good will, courage, <br />cooperation, thoughtfulness<br />and kindness<br />
  • 9. Or <br />of the<br /> negative <br />qualities of<br />greed, hate, cruelty, crime,<br />disunity and fear<br />
  • 10. With us when we step out into the<br />world from our home base.<br />
  • 11. What we greet the world with, the world regives to us in kind.<br />
  • 12. There is but one place to look for <br />solutions to personal or <br />world problems <br /> and that <br /> one place <br /> is <br /> WITHIN <br /> OURSELVES.<br />
  • 13. A marriage and the life which extends<br />From the two people who made it is as<br />Good as the man and woman who <br />Contracted it.<br />If they both<br /> give and serve<br />Each other<br />Equally<br />It will be a <br />Perfect<br />Marriage.<br />
  • 14. If one takes more than he gives, it will either dissolve in divorce or the man and woman will live as strangers to each other.<br />
  • 15. The same principle applies to the world of man.<br />They must either live the Law of Love<br />RHYTMIC BALANCED INTERCHANGE<br />
  • 16. Or face the continual devastation of war <br />
  • 17. And therein<br />lies the<br />destiny <br />of the world<br />
  • 18. This age of<br />materialism<br />and <br />slaughter<br />must be <br />replaced <br />by an age of <br />LOVE and<br />CHARACTER.<br />
  • 19. Extracted from the<br />OUT OF PRINT<br />HOME STUDY COURSE<br />III Edition (1950)<br />By<br />Walter &amp; Lao Russell<br />

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