The Power Of Emotionless Love
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One of the most dangerous things you can do to a child’s mind is to mold his character. In fact, everything that is wrong with us stems from others’ shaping influences on our minds in our formative years.
If only we knew how to be ourselves, there could be no unsolvable problems. Conflicts have arisen and problems have appeared just from not being ourselves. It is just that simple!
So the question arises, how did we forget to be ourselves? And the answer is: because of the pressure and the corruption of a childhood conditioning process—”culture”, in other words.
Culture is like a prevailing disease against which the individual must become uniquely immune if he is to survive. This may come as a surprise to you, but the hand that rocks the cradle also holds the key to the perpetuation of culture.
Children were not designed to be performing circus beasts, conditioned by trainers for the pleasure-taking of the system. They are little people whose rights and spiritual needs must be properly understood and fulfilled.
Now, I am not saying that parents should give up disciplining their children. I am saying that parents should remember that children are people, not beasts. Children differ from the wild beasts in that they have souls; thus, different rules must apply in rearing them.
A different kind of love than that which brings children into the world is required if you are to bring up an emotionally stable family. Animal “love” merely pro-creates animal bodies, but Divine love breathes life into the souls which live in them.
Superhuman perception, energy and endurance are needed if you are to bear the outrages of other egos. Survive the ravages of your mother, your marriage-partner and your kids, and you will surely know the meaning of happiness. Just think of it this way: without mad bulls there would be no good matadors. The point is that unless you learn to properly cope with the cruel stresses of life, you cannot grow in understanding.
It is the father’s duty to lead his entire family to the Divine Source of their existence. Woman is only the source of the fallen, natural existence. Uncanny wisdom must be applied in dealing with her. Improperly regarded, she can be as lethal as a poisonous snake; loved and understood, she can be more precious than rubies.
The mother as lover and central figure in the home is a manipulator, seducer and destroyer, who knows not what she does.