“You are demons.
You are darkness.
Your soul is at stake.
Your soul is light.
Dissipation is the threat.
Don’t surrender the key.
The problems of humanity are not metaphysical. They are personal.
Damnation is in you. So too is salvation. You are the prince of darkness. You are also the prince of light. Neither can be cast out of yourself. The valiant coping with that dichotomy is the poignancy of this existence.
The momentum is in favor of darkness. Glory is in favor of light. If you do nothing, you slip toward darkness. If you give the least bit of effort toward the light, you will be helped. Struggle for the light. For the price is dissipation ———- of the soul, of the mind, of the body, of your very humanity.
The key to all this is your sanity. You have to struggle to maintain it. It mediates between the light and the dark.
If you want an end to the duality, you must dissolve your sanity into the universal whole. Don’t do this until you are ready, for you cannot come back. There is a tremendous difference between the dissipation of making no effort, and the dissolution that one can accomplish as one’s crowning spiritual act.”