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TWENTY-THIRD TALK           4t>y

thing clearly. That kind of politeness we do not get in
Occultism ; there we say just exactly what we mean,
and it would% be foolish to be offended by that fact.
A plain statement* is required by the case. A man
who, when asked for an occult opinion, glossed it
over and did not give a plain statement, would not
be doing his plain duty. It is his business to speak
the fact as he sees it. It sometimes hurts people
who are used to the more roundabout ways of ex-
pression of the world, but you are coming out of the
world and out of its ways when you come into this
study. The Master Himself said : a He who wishes
to follow us must come out of his world into ours.^
It does not mean that you must give up your
ordinary life, 6ut it does mean that you must come
out of the insincerity of the world into the light of