September 2008

I urge upon all workers the remembrance that the day of opportunity is with us and that it

has its term. This present type of opportunity will not last forever. The pettiness of the human

frictions, the failures to understand each other, the little faults which have their roots in

personality and which are, after all, ephemeral, the ambitions and illusions must all go. If

the workers would practise detachment, knowing that the Law works and that God’s purposes

must come to an ultimate conclusion and if they would learn never to criticize in

thought or word, the salvaging of the world would proceed apace and the new age of love

and illumination would be ushered in. (A Treatise on White Magic, p. 561)