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About" omitted, "continual" replaced with "constant" 18 continual' 39 disappointments both to nations and to communities . The lack of order and peace throughout the world to-day one may say is caused by the want of the law which must come from God, from the divine source . Man is too small 40 to be able to find the solution of the affairs1 of this world . That is the work of the perfect wisdom which is found in a personality without limitations, with whom141 human personality cannot be compared , 142as one cannot142 compare a drop of water with the ocean.
To-day the great chaos of huma n s world is caused by the lack of religion . Man's soul wants a religion and man's mind fights against 41the religions41 . Example: there was a man, a great scientist, he would be annoyed even if the name of religion was mentioned . He happened4 2 29 . Rm . : Gr . tp . : "the" added 30 . Rm . : changed by Gr. t. tp . : "It is this fifth aspect of prayer which constitutes a true religious worship", then "a" crossed out by Sk . See also French translatio n 31 . tp .
2 : "reconnu comme" instead of "la reconnaissance" 42. 2 : "verite" instead of "chose " 43. 2 : "toutes les 6poques " 44 . 2 : "ame" changed into "art" 45 . 2 : "eloigne " 46 . 2 : "il " 47 . 2 : "choses" changed into "oeuvres" 48 . 2 : "ils" 49 . 2 : "Etudions maintenant la" instead of "Comme" 50 . 2 : "dans" added 51 . 2 : without crossing out "profondement", "presque completement" was written above 52 . 2: afterwards filled in "Dieu comme le germe de la creation" 53 . 2: "est" instead of "serait " 54 .
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