"A Man In Trouble Laments That He Did Not Listen To His Teachers, And Thus He Finds Himself In A Sad State, Utter Ruin. A Candid Admission Of A Blunder Is Refreshing And Not Often Heard In Human Affairs. It Is The Saint Alone Who Is Large-minded Enough To Think And Speak In This Way. This Is Part Of His Authenticity.The Person Who Is Swift To Hear And Slow To Respond Is A Stranger To An All-knowing Illuminism. He Believes That Others, Too, Have Some Truth, And He Is Willing To Be Instructed By Them. He Is Ready For The Mind Of God."

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