1 I want to, I have to, I need to. Those are the three basic human needs when it comes to desires and to change things.
2 For instance, if you want to become holistic, you want to. If you claim that you have to be on a diet, even though you don’t want to but need to, then you have to but, also need to.
3 You want to, have to, or need to because you have a desire for something. Only when you stop claiming those three aspects does a true transformation occur.
4 When, for instance, you say, “I want to,” it is because you desire a specific purpose. Only true change comes from within when there is no need to want something, and you just allow it to happen.
5 By allowing things to happen* true change comes in by allowing such change to take place without desire from your part of either wanting, having, or needing to. You see?
6 Letting God do the work means letting your spirit move in the direction it has to move, so that you are only the receptor. You see?
7 The maker is the spirit, while the soul is the receptor. The human body is the mechanism used to become the receptor. You see?
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Article 5: Allowing does not mean inaction on your part when injustice takes place or acting upon to help others. This aspect makes reference to a selfish desire to benefit oneself.