Be Wary of Your Thoughts

A profound and truly important commentary on the necessity of cultivating an inner awareness and emptying oneself of all pride through the kenosis of humility that does not attach itself to the impermanent things of this world but instead abides in the knowledge that all that is good comes from God and that in the end we have nothing to offer Him except our hearts in surrender to His Will.

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