THE SECOND POINT
THE MIXED TREE OlfEVIL AND GOOD, OR THE LIFE
OF THE THREE PRINCIPLES IN ONE ANOTHER ;
HOW THEY UNITE AND AGREE.
1. In God's kingdom, viz. in the light-world, no
more than one principle is truly known. For the
Light rules, and the other sources and properties
all exist hiddenly as a mystery ; for they must
all serve the Light, and give their will to the Light.
And therefore the wrath-essence is transformed in
the Light into a desire of light and of love, into
2. Although the properties, viz. sour, bitter,
anguish and the sharp pang in fire remain eternally.,
even in the light- world, yet none of them is mani-
fest in its property ; but they are all of them
together only causes of life, mobility and joy.
3. That which in the dark world is a pang, is in
the light- world a pleasing delight ; and what in the
dark is a stinging and enmity, is in the light an
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