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He pays heavily for this forgetfulness of his divine centre--pays in errors and sins, and in the miseries and sufferings which are their results. If the teaching had no other value than this one, to point out to him the need and worth of such remembrance, and the blessings which are its results, propagation of it as well as education in it would be fully justified.

-- Notebooks Category 13: Human Experience > Chapter 1: Situation > # 189

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