posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 09:26 PM
reply to post by Annee
Do what I myself used to do during my life upon the earth. At the close of each day I examined my conscience, reviewed all that I had done, and asked
myself whether I had not failed in some duty, whether some one might not have reason to complain of me. It was in this way that I succeeded in
obtaining a knowledge of myself, and in ascertaining what there was in me that needed reforming.
He who, every evening, should thus recall all the actions of the day, asking himself whether he has done ill or well, and praying God and his
guardian angel to enlighten him would acquire great strength for self-improvement, for, believe me, God would assist him.
Ask yourself these questions; inquire of yourself what you have done, and what was your aim in such and such a manner; whether you have done anything
that you would blame in another; whether you have done anything that you would be ashamed to avow.
Ask yourself also this question:--'If it pleased God to call me back, at this moment, into the other life, should I, on returning into the world of
spirits, in which nothing is hidden, have to dread the sight of any one?' Examine what you may have done, first, against God; next, against your
neighbor; and lastly, against yourself.