It is in the nature of the world that the material acts and that the spiritual rests. Anger always goes actively outward (even suppressed anger has this urge). Humility is passive inside. Action belongs in space and time. Non-action is a consequence of eternity and infinity. So the way, which mankind materially visibly denies, is the way, which it must go inevitably, since only the mind acts and all its acting takes place out of fear. Then, isn’t the path that mankind walks invisibly in soul also the one that is predetermined and inevitable for us? Is this the path that is invisible because it takes place where there are no paths and „where“ there is no here and there? Is not then the mental way rather an eternal state, which is never subject to change, because change does not exist and is an illusion of material perception? Can’t then the mind in its material existence do everything it is destined to do without even scratching the soul existence in the least? Is it because of this that we should be in trust, humility and love because no matter what „happens“ it can never affect us on the eternal level? Is that why we are all saved?
Is this principle perhaps also the basis of the sacred knowledge of the ancient cultures about the various successive ages, which are always in a descending trend and pass away in the end? Does not only the individual human being go his way through different incarnations until the pendulum of his destiny has finally swung to love and he then finds his fulfillment, but also the whole of mankind and all the ages of creation? Do they perhaps do it the other way round to the path of man? They descend and the individual human being is then required to ascend? Does then, when there is only the One and he must pass away, a new age begin? An age in which the soul unity – as with the children – is still the predominant force until the material force strengthens and takes over the helm again by its acting in fear? And man must resist this. Is this the last cycle?