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If, through his complete calmness of manner, his presence was restful and agreeable to some people, it was disturbing to others. It seemed inhuman and mysterious. If some felt uplifted by his tranquillity and strength, others were frightened at its possible connotation of secret evil.


-- Notebooks Category 25: World-Mind in Individual Mind > Chapter 5: The Sage's Service > # 175






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