Qualifications of the Aspirant: Readiness to Serve — Two kinds of service

If there is no spiritual understanding, the desire for rendering service to others is harnessed by limited conceptions. Service is of two kinds: it consists in adding to the lives of others those things that are really worthwhile; or it consists in removing from the lives of others those handicaps that prevent them from having things that are worthwhile. If one’s ideas of things that are worthwhile are narrow, the scope of possible service also becomes correspondingly narrow.

-Discourses 7th Ed. p362


“Spare no pains to help others.”
(www.lordmeher.org, p3793)

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