THIRTY-FIRST TALK 645 working of our kamaa. They maybe able* to bring down more, so that the man may be rid of it and may get it out <rf the. way. It may cause them to alter the incidence aiğd bring it down in some other way. But whatever is done is done for the bestfor every one and not for a few only; and so, as I said in that lecture, we surely should not try to alter God's "will. We should thankfully accept whatever comes to us, always making the best of it, not the worst, always taking it as a lesson, taking our difficulties as some- thing to be dominated. We should not just lie down and endure; we should take them and try to transmute them, so as to make good qualities and good karma for the future. You must trust the law utterly. All is going as well as (taking everything into account) it can go. At any moment, you may, by throwing into it a new impulse of your will, or power, or good and noble feeling, make it possible to go a great deal better. We are not the slaves of destiny; but we may be sure that all that comes to us is absolutely the best that can com%.