Manuscript Found in AccraBook - 2013 | First American edition.
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The most important war is not waged with a lofty spirit or a soul accepting its fate. It is the war that is going on now, as we speak, and whose battlefield is the Spirit, where Good and Evil, Courage and Cowardice, Love and Fear face one another. ...
The world is not divided into enemies and friends, but into the weak and the strong.
The strong are generous in victory.
The weak gang up on the losers, unaware that defeat is only a transitory thing.
The truly wise do not grieve over the living or the dead. Therefore, accept the battle that awaits you tomorrow because we are made of the Eternal Spirit, which often places us in situations that we need to confront.
...the great wisdom of life is to realize that we can be the masters of the things that try to enslave us.
Because friendship is one of the many faces of Love, and Love is not swayed by opinions; Love accepts its companion unconditionally and allows each to grow in his or her own way.
Love is an act of faith, not an exchange.
Contradictions are what make love grow. Conflicts are what allow love to remain by our side.
Pity those who think: "I am not beautiful. That's why Love has not knocked on my door." In fact, Love did knock, but when they opened the door, they weren't prepared to welcome Love in.
“Because nature longs for beauty, and is satisfied only when beauty can be exalted. Outer beauty is inner beauty made visible, and it manifests itself in the light that flows from our eyes. ...
The eyes are the mirrors of the soul and reflect everything that seems to be hidden; and, like a mirror, they also reflect the person looking into them. So if the person looking into someone's eyes has a dark soul, he will see only his own ugliness.”
Religions teach that faith and transformation are the only ways of drawing near to God.
Faith shows us that we are never alone.
Transformation helps us love the mystery.
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