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at any rate, need never be at a loss for an object to
which you can send your thought. If you yourself
know of cases, within your immediate circle, which
need help, it is better that you should attend to them ;

but if you at any time do not know of such a case,
send your thoughts to the President and she will use
them. If you know of a case where your money will
be well spent, you should relieve that case. But if
you do not know of any such, forward it to some one
who does know and he will use it. Both cases are
precisely the same.  You must realise that the
thought-form is as real a thing as the money—in
every way as real a thing.

By doing this, you close your mind to undesirable
thoughts, and you keep the thought gf the Master
always before you, and that will strengthen all other
thoughts. It will attune itself to all other thoughts,
and make them more real. If you try to look at
things as the Master would look at them, if you think
of other subjects with the thought of the Master in
your mind, then your thought will be much clearer
and more definite, and in every way worth much
more than it would be otherwise.

Then He goes on to another special form of
thought; He says:

Hold back your mind from pride, for pride comes only
from ignorance.

That is necessary advice. You may think, (< I
should not be likely to be proud." It has never