Without honor a man cannot be honest.

informative books:  Henry Crumpton:  The Art of Intelligence (CIA), Penguin Press, NY, 2012; Luke Harding:  The Snowden Files, Vintage Books, NY, 2014.

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97.  Surveillance must be very vigilant, but it must not appear as a sign of mistrust.  One must transform control into cooperation and reciprocal information.  Measures of trust and refinement of quality must be introduced from top to bottom.  Many useful measures have been condemned and destroyed only because of hatred of supervision. Of course ignorance is the cause of such lack of goal-fitness….From early childhood the freedom of discipline of spirit should be emphasized.  One may arouse all dignity and honor.  Without honor a man cannot be honest.  It should not be thought that slavery can be approved by Hierarchy.  On the contrary the fiery (etheric) world seeks not slaves but co-workers.  Consider the refinement of the heart as the measure of honor.  Thus let us not forget that in the most everyday life are laid the foundations of the world’s grandeur.     -Morya:  Fiery World 1934

178.  True, the quantity of insane people is monstrous.  Not only must they be treated, but the cause of the increase in number must be discovered.  The weak-minded also need surveillance.  Madness is contagious.  Weak-mindedness in childhood indicates subsequent abnormality through the entire life.  People are agreed that the conditions of life are unhealthy; yet in spite of this, every advice about improving conditions for health will meet with hostility.  In this is contained the fear of any unsettling of the foundations.    -Morya:  Brotherhood 1937

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