May 2020 Calendar: -There is a game called life, Which all men know, Some play it with wide-open eyes. While others risk their all upon one throw, And throwing, lack the craft to load the dice. This throwing and lacking the craft to load the dice is the failure side of the effort, and the winner in the game is he who plays with a complete and perfect understanding. Every game has rules and these May 2020 Calendars are the part of it; there is not the simplest thing in the world that is not governed by its own law, and to learn how to operate this law is the game men play everywhere. The thing we call “life” is man’s master-game, and the one who understands all the rules of life is the winner in just the degree that he plays fair; he may cheat and lie and shift his hand and win for a time, but the universal master of the game checkmates him when, in some unguarded moment, he lays down his hand. There are great eternal rules in the game of life which must be regarded, and we violate these rules at our peril. Before we can begin to study the rules we have to learn that one-half of life is wholly dependent upon man. “The Lord hath need of thee” is written, and universal consciousness is everywhere waiting for men to manifest it. God has long since finished his work in this sphere. He waits now for the extending mind of man to receive and express the wider reaches of Divine intelligence. When we awaken to the first knowledge of the game of life and study the rules, we find four great rules set, and no amount of questioning, resistance or denial ever changes them. We can kick against them if we will, but our game grows less and less successful the longer we play it by other rules than the first rule of life. These are the four great rules in the game of life, and man must master them if he ever wishes to succeed.
May 2020 Calendar
No matter where we go we find the failure world playing this game of life by every rule but the right one. “Thou shalt
have no other gods before me*’ the sky soul said, and yet the millions of gods before which half the human race bows and worships, and from whom they beg assistance they “tread the self-same paths their fathers trod who knew not God—they know not God.” They have rested their whole hope in human powers and endowed human things, people and conditions with all sorts of imaginary powers, enthroning them in their hearts and lives, surrounding them with
impossible attributes, then, when the true law of these things becomes revealed, they are broken and desolate; they lose because they failed’ to play the game fairly; they are the product of their own misguided interpretation.
Out in the world of disease and lack, poverty, and heart-break, these people wander, the hopeless example of the laws they served! The hospitals are full of diseased, suffering ones, the insane asylums over-flowing, surgical sanitariums receive a never-ending line of incurables telling him who runs and reads how imperfectly they understood the law. “Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” but before them and between them and their God-source stands, the personality of the doctor, the crutch or the drug, the hope in the sanitarium, the belief in the surgical knife; pinning their life to these things they grew farther and farther away from the divine spark of power within them; resting their hope in men and things they lost the conscious union with the great creative spiritual energy of the universe which, set in active operation by the true rules of the game of life, would have prevented their physical degeneration. False to the universe; success in health, false to themselves; evading the true law of success in health; they become the worked-out sentence of their own judgment, and they themselves are discards from the universal pack. In the world of material gain, commercial and industrial success, this law of violation of the true rules falls with assuring a blow as it does in the flesh. “Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” and yet here struggling for supremacy men seek to rise through the power and influence of their fellow men they look for help everywhere but to the true source within themselves and the universal; they think men can give and that men can take away when the true rule is that no one but ourselves can do this.
When we link ourselves with the universal and create our own consciousness, men must pass it to us by divine law, it is the great universal rule of the game of supply. If men can give, then men can take away, and the one who works with this belief in his heart, is playing false to the true rule and he must fail, for he builds this law for himself; the one who rises through the power and influence of another has only passive possession, and he must somewhere surrender everything that is not his own, and pass it into the higher law of active possession. No one can take our own away and our own is just what we create for ourselves, and we create it by recognizing it in the universal and then looking to men to bring it to us or connect us with it.
“Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” and all mine is thine, and the one who forgets that his source of supply is
universal, and not personal but who links his life with the person will have to fight his way through the changes of men and things until he becomes the example of his own game of life.
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