Excerpt from The Psychology of Christ
The will of man is the seed of God, the great gift of God to His children, the Divine inheritance - the gift that is wholly ours; giving us fullness of separateness yet, seed of the Father God; the germ of individual creativity and at the same time personal power. When the little child for the first time says, I will, or I will not, that seed has germinated in him. I, as will, stands a separate entity upon the earth. I as! Will, am an actor, a creator, a doer. I (as will) am - live - have my being. I, as will, touch or can touch or act upon Divinity as well as a physical organism and physical world. I must (in order to be will) attend, choose and act; that is, I, as will, must concentrate or focus - must discriminate and create.
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