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Chapter 155

CHANCHAH'S WISE WORDS. EVIL AND TRUE LAWS. NO TRIUMPH WITHOUT BATTLE. WHY THE LORD COMES TO THE SUN-DAUGHTERS ONLY NOW.

155,1. These, My words, have startled the sun-daughters, but have encouraged Chanchah, and she begins to speak gently:

155,2. (Chanchah): You most beautiful daughters of this magnificent world who have never seen night nor experienced the harsh change of the seasons, you are most fortunate where your bodies are concerned in not knowing sickness nor ever having witnessed death! Your laws, although worse than our greatest vices, uphold your freedom and so far, also, your immortality. In this way you are free, for you can never infringe your laws, even if you wanted to, as they make such an infringement practically impossible. Why is that so? What must laws be like that they cannot be broken?

155,3. Thanks to the grace and love of my holy Father, I will show you the reason: The evil Ahriman (Satan), appearing to your sages in the shape of an angel, has pointed out to them various traits and needs of your nature, making them thoroughly familiar with same. He instructed them to make a law of everything any fiber of your being should express a desire for, adding the clause: 'If a person feels like doing something, let him. Should he prefer not to do it, he commits no offense if he does not.'

155,4. Think for yourselves now, you wise ones, what such laws are worth and what use they could be for you. Or have you ever heard about any punishment for infringement of a law?

155,5. True laws must be made in such a way that they cost man great self-abnegation until he manages to fulfill them by suppressing the cravings of his nature. If he fulfills them of his own free will, disregarding all material advantages, only then does he rise as a free spirit above his mortal and perishable matter. He then triumphs over his own death, which constitutes part of his nature. And he can then enter the higher order of eternal, spiritual life and become a child of the Supreme Spirit, thanks to His grace.

155,6. But what triumph can be gained through the empty laws of your supreme wisdom? None, I assure you! For, without a battle there cannot be a triumph! And without a triumph there can be no prize! What, then, is a man who has won no prize? He is more worthless than the simplest plant he tramples underfoot, for the plant will have achieved its purpose in the great gamut of evolution. But the man without a prize has lived in vain. He just lived because he existed, but his life was purposeless and, therefore, could never reach any destination, which is the case with you.

155,7. After shedding your external frame, you live on as a kind of spirit of light - but also without purpose, just like here in your bodies, the outer appearance of which corresponds to your world. It is true that this world's outermost sphere consists of pure light of great power and magnificence, but within, it is darker than the darkest planet. I assure you, your wisdom is nothing but delusion, and your beauty an empty illusion.

155,8. That is the reason why the Lord is now coming Himself to give a true light to you children of the sun, and to show you a new path which can lead you in all truth also to us. This is our true wisdom, and if you want to perfect yourselves, it must become effective with you, too. Otherwise, you would be - notwithstanding your great beauty - the most miserable beings in all the creation of God, my Father."

155,9. (The three are really shaken by Chanchah's wisdom and, after a while, they say): Glorious one, if this is the situation and our laws are really of a nature as described by you, why, then, did not your Lord and Master, the head messenger of the Most High, come sooner to help us? Why did He leave us in our errors for such a long time?"

155,10. (Says Chanchah): "Dearest sisters, the Lord knows best when the fruit is ripe, for He prepared the seed, enclosed in it the living germ with the fruit, and also the time for its ripening. The same is the case with you. You have ripened, but not in truth, only in falsehood. And to prevent you from passing from falsehood into evil, He Himself has come to save you."

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