Heart 8


19. If people could feel, at least in part, the specificity of a moment, they would help Us greatly. Without speaking of the exact knowledge of a process, the general mood alone would strengthen the magnet of the will. People do not account for how much unconscious vegetation complicates the construction of the world.

The heart, as the hearth of transformation, must give everyone the pressure of the spiritual atmosphere. One should not think that the heart suffers merely because of us; it suffers naturally because of the world-wide unrest. One should try to unite the hearts in a harmonious round dance; even a little-tried heart will add its precious energy to the cup of the common good.

The heart strengthens Our missions by pushing apart the new undergrowth. There are many untried hearts, but even more buried. Many sparks are needed to pierce the ashes of cold.