If he is to put himself into a properly receptive attitude for the enlightenment which Truth brings, there are several corrections he must make in himself and by himself. He must discard the intolerance, the narrowness, the littleness which rejects any persons or condemns entire nations because of their appearance or their religion or their past history or their social condition. He must cast out all malevolence and enmity toward others. He must put a stop to the endless urges which covet more and more possessions, which stimulate stronger and stronger ambitions.
-- Notebooks Category 2: Overview of Practices Involved > Chapter 1: Ant's Long Path > # 91