The Seven Challenges
The theme underlying all of the challenges is the basic struggle to be a well-balanced, good-hearted person. The Teacher tells us not to fool ourselves; it is very difficult to be a truly good human being. He likes to relate a story about two men who stand before God and God asks them about their goals in life. The one man states that he’d like to be a saint. God tells him that is very nice. When the other man says that he just wants to be a good human being, God replies, “You are very ambitious.”
Acceptance of Fate
Harmony with Nature
“Accept yourself for who you are. Accept others for who they are. Love yourself for who you are. Love others for who they are.” — The Teacher
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