ACIM MANUAL FOR TEACHERS 8. How Can Perception of Order of Difficulties Be Avoided?

1. The belief in order of difficulties is the basis for the world’s perception. It rests on differences; on uneven background and shifting foreground, on unequal heights and diverse sizes, on varying degrees of darkness and light, and thousands of contrasts in which each thing seen competes with every other in order to be recognized.Continue reading “ACIM MANUAL FOR TEACHERS 8. How Can Perception of Order of Difficulties Be Avoided?”