ABRAHAM LINCOLNOn TOLERANCE
16th December 2005 AM
through Helen Engel
The lesson for today is on tolerance. Tolerance stems from lack of many things.
Lack of self ego.Along with tolerance one needs hope. Hope is that great and wonderful feature of a man lost at sea, of a person who is lost in a desert, of someone who is ill.
Lack of the desire to intrude.
Lack of a feeling of importance.
Lack of desiring to be distinguished among others.
Tolerance also stems from many positive traits:
A desire to be loved,
A desire for peace,
A desire to build up others,
A desire for goodwill.
What other trait is required, besides tolerance and hope?
Helen: Is it forgiveness?
Yes, forgiveness. Forgiveness stretches in both directions. You forgive me. I forgive you. Is it that difficult? Can you forgive if I cannot tolerate the color of your hair? Can I forgive you for writing things against me? Can we Americans forgive those who have hurt us? Can we? Will we? (pause)
The next attribute is peaceful-mindedness.
That is a long word. What does it mean? It means that in every situation you will look for a peaceful outcome. It also means that when you set out in the morning, you anticipate a peaceful day, and you set your will toward peacefulmindedness.
I do not need to expand love. It is what everyone wants, and shares: physical love, spiritual love, love the earth, love of the Universe. (long pause)Peace, peace, peace.
Tolerance, tolerance, tolerance.
Helen: This man Lincoln is a muse. He muses about what he will say, before he says it.
Yes, my dear secretary. I think long, and speak little. (pause)
If there were silence in the Senate Chambers, they might get more done. If there was peacefulness in the House of Congress, much more could be accomplished.
It is time to reverse the trend from anger to partnership, good fellowship, cooperation.
I say the words, but you, fellow Americans, must put them into action. From the tiniest family unit to the Head of State, we will becoming a loving, tolerant, forgiving people, and the whole world will know.
I am Abraham Lincoln. My Greetings of the Season go to one and all.
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