Thought Adjuster: “Precious energy that could find much better outlets is squandered in conflicts. Just as an innocent defendant can go broke putting up a defense, many of you devote much energy to refuting wrongful allegations made against them.
Thought Adjuster: “A wrong does not justify more wrongs. Period. Yet, it is the faulty mindset adopted by opportunists who use wrongdoings as pretexts to follow suit. Jesus’ revolutionary life philosophy was to never condone a wrongful act by responding in kind. Instead, He swiftly extinguished emotional wildfires by taking the emergency countermeasure of snuffing them out with a right—presenting the other cheek instead of taking an eye out.
Thought Adjuster: “There are vastly conflicting opinions about current events: a rosy or a gloom-and-doom interpretation of their constitutive elements. Quite often, the ways of revelatory truth are the most enigmatic ones.
Thought Adjuster: “How do you go about learning a foreign language? Your intention alone will not suffice to make you eloquent in that particular tongue. You have to go through the moves of acquiring a rich vocabulary and grammatical ease. Initially, you may translate word for word. Over time, with diligent practice, the sentences will flow spontaneously and organically, as you will have acquired a feel for this new channel of communication.
“Self is man’s invincible foe, and self is manifested as man’s four greatest passions: anger, pride, deceit, and greed. Man’s greatest victory is the conquest of himself.” [UB 131:6:2]
Thought Adjuster: “The above statement originates from the Jainism belief system from India. The word ‘invincible’ caused you to pause, as imperfections are not necessarily ‘terminal.’ It would go against the tenants of personal growth that are undying hope, unwavering faith, individual efforts, and perseverance.
“New meanings only emerge amid conflict; and conflict persists only in the face of refusal to espouse the higher values connoted in superior meanings.” [UB 100:4:1]
Thought Adjuster: “Conflicts are symptomatic of misalignments. Therefore, depending on their intensity level, they can act as subtle or not-so-subtle revelators of facts if you make a worthwhile endeavor to get to their root-cause.
“Thus does the Lucifer manifesto, masquerading in the habiliments of liberty, stand forth in the clear light of reason as a monumental threat to consummate the theft of personal liberty […].” [UB 54:2:3]
Thought Adjuster: “Your personal life will shift in Light and Life once truth becomes your guiding light. Truth is the divine pattern, according to which all realities have been conceived and manifested.
“Such spirit born individuals are so remotivated in life that they can calmly stand by while their fondest ambitions perish and their keenest hopes crash; ; they positively know that such catastrophes are but the redirecting cataclysms which wreck one’s temporal creations preliminary to the rearing of the more noble and enduring realities of a new and more sublime level of universe attainment.” [UB 100:2:8]