The Trait of Separation | Part Two

We shall now discuss the desirable type of Separation. Having recognized the fact that all of the world’s contingencies are trials to a man, as stated and verified above, and having been made convincingly aware of man’s weakness and the nearness of his mind to evil, we must perforce conclude that a man should attempt to escape these contingencies as far as possible so as better to protect himself from the evil upon which they border. For there is no wordly pleasure upon whose heels some sin does not

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