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THREE GREAT LAWS








Source: Mastery of Self
Category: Chapter I - The Twin-Verses

FIRST LAW: The warnings of reason are based in the nature of

things within us, and are universal benefactors



SECOND LAW: Fear is contrary to the ground-plan of life It is no

primary part of the nature of things; it is an alien in the world-

system



THIRD LAW: The destruction of fear always follows the growth of

general courage in the individual The fear-brood will not depart

until the soul has acquired a fixed habit of courage Whatever

establishes that habit, or spirit, secures the service of reason-

instinct, and so undermines and finally destroys the power of

every variety of fear These laws formulate a great





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