664 TALKS ON u AT THE FEET OF THE MASTER '* f ^ Then comes the final paragraph; The wisdom which enables you to help,4he will which directs the wisdom, the love which inspires the will—these are your qualifications. Note very specially and carefully " the wisdom whidh. enables you to help ". You must have wisdom if you want to help, otherwise you will make the mis-' take which is so often made by those who are full of good intentions and yet do not know how to apply their goodwill. You need the wisdom before you can really help. Then He says: Will, Wisdom, and Love are the three aspects of the Logos ; and you who wish to enroll yourselves to serve Him, must show forth these three aspects in the world. ft With these words ends this book. Tf is a very remarkable and beautiful sentence that one; it would be well for us all to try to remember that we must have these three aspects, Will, Wisdom, and Love, and we must try to show them forth to the world and live as manifestations of Him. ^ ^ Then at the very end of the book, Just to finish it, you get, you remember a little piece of poetry: Waiting the word of the Master, Watching- the Hidden Light; Listening to catch Fits orders In the very midst of the fight; Seeing His slightest signal Across the heads of the throng Hearing His faintest whisper Above earth's loudest song.