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BD 0824 23.3.1939
Climbing the mountains ....
Behold, if you aspire to climb the mountains, you must not lack strength of purpose, for all that is high up must somehow be climbed. A sluggish man cannot easily reach his goal, for he must use double strength, but then look down with double satisfaction and bless the path he has traveled, which has led him to the heights. Spiritual striving must also be considered in this way. It is likewise a perpetual desire to climb to the summit, which is spiritual perfection. The tireless wanderer climbs the heights with certainty, if he does not allow himself to be distracted by the efforts and exertions that the path brings him. His gaze is directed upward, he spares no effort and strives only toward the goal.
If the walk on earth is carried out in the same way, if man with his eyes turned upward also takes upon himself every effort and strain, if he does not allow himself to be distracted by the momentary pleasures of the world, but sends his soul ahead into the upper regions and uses all his will, If he does not let himself be distracted by the momentary pleasures of the world, but sends his soul ahead into the upper regions and uses all his will to reach the spiritual height, he will one day be able to look back on his earthly path with satisfaction, and he will never regret what he has sacrificed to reach this goal, to stand in the light and to be relieved of all suffering.
Whoever stands on top of the mountain and feels free of all earthly burdens, whoever believes to be closer to his Lord and Creator, whoever can let his gaze wander over endless regions and sees everything in it's splendor and beauty, will be able to imagine in what spiritual freedom the soul can see everything that exists around it after the completed ascent, how it feels free of all earthly heaviness and, standing in the light of the Divine sun of grace, may enjoy unspeakable delights. And even if the ascent is arduous, the reward is so incomparably glorious that it outweighs a thousandfold all the sufferings and renunciations that have preceded it ....
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