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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - WAR

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Externalisation, 340:prevent that unity of action which can win the war. It has been necessary for the leaders of theExternalisation, 340:the one supreme requirement - the winning of the war and the releasing of humanity from theExternalisation, 341:The stage of reorganizing world affairs when the war is over. This should properly fall into twoExternalisation, 341:will prove in many ways as difficult as the war itself, but will work out on mental and emotionalExternalisation, 342:thing you must constantly bear in mind. When the war is over, when this time of acute trial andExternalisation, 342:nature quite unpredictable now) will arrive. The war will have taught humanity many lessons andExternalisation, 342:and the return of stability, the desire to end war once and for all and to break its constantlyExternalisation, 345:is a real detriment to the ending of this war, just as the massed negativity of the German people,Externalisation, 359:be the keynote for the interim period after the war, prior to the inauguration of the New Age. Externalisation, 363:world situation and the catastrophe of the war are duly learned and the sacrificial will is calledExternalisation, 364:the Evolutionary Process The Interlude between War and Peace August 1942 There is an insistentExternalisation, 364:and of what can be done (whilst the war is still in progress) to prepare for usefulness at thatExternalisation, 364:to prepare for usefulness at that time. When the war broke out, I published an article entitled TheExternalisation, 364:one intense spiritual determination to win the war; the fate of the Axis Nations is thereforeExternalisation, 365:fill the interlude between the ending of the war and the coming world order. It will be necessaryExternalisation, 365:to be done in preparation for the cessation of war and indicate the first steps which can andExternalisation, 365:that our first immediate concern is to win the war, and with this I am fully in agreement. TheExternalisation, 366:break down 'racial barriers, heal the wounds of war, and build a new world structure adequate toExternalisation, 367:historically-proved guilt in relation to the war, plus those ideas which could - if developed - endExternalisation, 367:the neutral nations, in the early stages of the war, to take the needed steps to ally themselvesExternalisation, 367:cooperative activity only after two years of war and the planned rape of many of the neutralExternalisation, 367:good and seriously delayed the ending of the war. The critical point is now passed, and theExternalisation, 368:is indicated for the future. The issues in this war are being increasingly clearly realized; evenExternalisation, 368:in his objective now, it would precipitate civil war in India, sacrifice all immediate hope ofExternalisation, 369:for human liberty. An intense interest in after-war conditions is evidenced by the utterances ofExternalisation, 369:look ahead with sure hope to the ending of the war, to the demobilization of the armies, to theExternalisation, 369:to the state of affairs prior to the outbreak of war, and the rehabilitation of the old familiarExternalisation, 370:will only serve to plunge the world again into war. These adjustments must be carried out on theExternalisation, 370:The task of the United Nations after the war will of necessity be - among other things - to protectExternalisation, 372:5. The danger to humanity of the effects of war upon the children and the adolescents of theExternalisation, 372:no parental control; they have been separated by war from their families and frequently do not evenExternalisation, 372:intact, their fathers are usually engaged in war work, either at home or abroad, and their mothersExternalisation, 372:standpoint, the vital problem after the war will be the restoration of the children of the world toExternalisation, 372:one of the prime movers in bringing about this war and no nation has been exempt from this spiritExternalisation, 372:reasons for which every nation has entered this war; individual security has prompted the entry ofExternalisation, 373:the fact remains that there would have been no war if the democratic nations had been theExternalisation, 373:democracies, in the last analysis, permit this war when, united and banded together from the start,Externalisation, 374:and have laid the foundation for the present war. Externalisation, 374:would perpetuate the ancient evil of force and war and would and do resort to unheard-of crueltiesExternalisation, 375:as a whole, it will throw the world (after the war) back into the dark ages and leave men no betterExternalisation, 376:really effective had been done, prior to the war, to offset the visible and shrieking evils.Externalisation, 376:Forces behind the Evolutionary Process Today the war has cleared the air. The issues are clear andExternalisation, 377:and nation should hold before itself when the war ends and opportunity faces each and all? It isExternalisation, 380:One of the most interesting features of this war period has been the direct contact which has beenExternalisation, 381:of the race depends upon the outcome of the war, then the one thing that really matters is for manExternalisation, 381:life and energy and make the winning of the war something immediately possible and the rebuildingExternalisation, 383:of their names and addresses. As soon as the war is over and the lines of communication are againExternalisation, 384:and programs. It will prove useful when the war is over. Establish helpful and friendly relationsExternalisation, 390:with two major problems: the problem of the war itself with its stupefying and stunning effect uponExternalisation, 394:here to the battle in the physical sense. The war, from the physical angle, is already won thoughExternalisation, 394:the Forces of Light and to bring on the war with all its attendant horrors. Secondly, the New GroupExternalisation, 395:One of the realizations emerging out of this war is the fact that humanity has now, as a whole,Externalisation, 397:power which was suited to the conditions of war - a war which proved inevitable and unavoidable.Externalisation, 397:which was suited to the conditions of war - a war which proved inevitable and unavoidable. ThisExternalisation, 399:forward your due share in this physical plane war, aiding the armed forces of the United Nations toExternalisation, 399:the armed forces of the United Nations to wage war to a successful finish, knowing that there areExternalisation, 399:for which it is worth dying if need be, and that war on evil can be waged without hate and withExternalisation, 399:for those practical measures which, after the war is over, will aid the period of reconstructionExternalisation, 405:relationship - and that in spite of the fact of war. The fact of the Path to God. Awareness of thisExternalisation, 409:beautiful, and this in spite of the fact of the war and the misery and suffering present upon ourExternalisation, 410:now possible and will take place once the world war is over and man - purified by fire andExternalisation, 424:souls. Lies, false teaching, evil propaganda, a war of nerves, the culture of fear, theExternalisation, 425:interest you to remember that the length of the war was partly dependent upon the inability of theExternalisation, 426:through which humanity functions, bring the war to an immediate end. In their well-meaningExternalisation, 426:of coming generations. A temporary ending of the war would only give time for the Forces of Evil toExternalisation, 426:the Forces of Evil to reorganize, and the future war would be infinitely worse than this one. ThisExternalisation, 426:stands firmly on the side of those who demand a war to a finish, and the reasons are the ultimateExternalisation, 427:who see not the future possibilities if the war came to an inconclusive finish, and who (for theExternalisation, 427:in the churches - plead for the cessation of the war before victory is won and before the enemiesExternalisation, 427:disappearing; they dislike the results of the war as it affects them; or they cannot bear theExternalisation, 427:to withdraw from participation in the misery of war; others hate those whose duty it is to carryExternalisation, 427:others hate those whose duty it is to carry the war to a successful climax, or see their particularExternalisation, 427:in high places. Their efforts prolong the war, dishearten the fighting forces, break down nationalExternalisation, 429:all implicated in and affected by this universal war. The effects reach into the most isolatedExternalisation, 429:number are coming to realize that this war must be fought to a successful finish because there isExternalisation, 429:millions. A minority are realizing that the war has precipitated the condensed evil of the ages andExternalisation, 431:issues clearly, to understand the causes of this war, and a determination to take those steps -Externalisation, 432:to plunge other nations and races into war. Today they have achieved a planetary war. 2. There areExternalisation, 432:into war. Today they have achieved a planetary war. 2. There are factors present in this battleExternalisation, 434:have been made abundantly clear in this world war. It had been the hope of the Christ and theExternalisation, 434:to the physical plane and the sword of material war (symbolically speaking) was taken up byExternalisation, 434:obligations to that little nation and to declare war upon the aggressor. It was Japan who broughtExternalisation, 434:war upon the aggressor. It was Japan who brought war into the Eastern hemisphere. The Forces ofExternalisation, 434:but to fight in defense of freedom. Prior to the war, the Hierarchy did what it could to change theExternalisation, 435:appeared on earth and mankind was plunged into war. Since then the work of impressing the minds ofExternalisation, 435:the purpose of the United Nations to carry the war to a finish of victory and of triumph, toExternalisation, 436:for certain great postwar events. For the war will end. The Restoration of the Mysteries, theExternalisation, 436:who have stood firm and unafraid during the war, the enlargement of Their ashrams, owing to theExternalisation, 437:the hands of the Axis Powers, or as a result of war conditions, must be offset. How can this beExternalisation, 439:to destroy the souls of men, to precipitate war and to destroy the cities and all our centers ofExternalisation, 441:preoccupied with the task of bringing the war to an end, and therefore with the task ofExternalisation, 443:spiritual direction is not thus enforced, the war that would then take place would wipe outExternalisation, 444:peace between the first phase of this world war and the present one. This must not again occur andExternalisation, 452:This they will increasingly do as this planetary war draws to a close; they will seek to offset theExternalisation, 452:also to remind ourselves that, having won the war against aggression and barbarity upon theExternalisation, 453:evil, demonstrated through the destructive war of the past few years (1914-1945), great andExternalisation, 453:upon earth. Years ago I said that the war which may follow this one would be waged in the field ofExternalisation, 453:in the field of the world religions. Such a war will not work out, however, in a similar period ofExternalisation, 455:and of the abuses which culminated in this war; it will at least have set the stage for theExternalisation, 456:old order, with the state of life prior to the war, or with the renewal of the theologies
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