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Which evolution? Q. Is there really more force or is there the same force turned in another direction? MR. O. There is more force. Forty, or even thirty, years ago you could not drive in a carriage of seventy horses—now you can. Q. This phase of inventions seems to have sprung from prosperity in America. MR. O. No, you cannot put it so definitely. Q. Certainly many things are developments of inventions of twenty or thirty years ago. MR. O. Always like that. Q. What is important for us is to understand, to be passive, to be quiet, and hush our negative attitudes and negative emotions, and listen sharply to all things that go on around us?

MR. O. It makes it possible that soon there will be nothing to evolve. Suppose somebody invents something to destroy the earth, all life on earth; we are not far from it! Q. Are we already beginning to destroy ourselves? MR. O. I am not speaking about facts; I speak about principles, about uncontrolled inventions. And if they go further and further, it is impossible to say what will be invented next, and where we shall go to with these inventions, and what force will stop them. I do not mean that it could be stopped or changed; I gave it merely as an illustration that, maybe, we live at an interesting time.

Negative emotions cannot develop—it would be very disastrous for us if they could. So, if one is trying to create consciousness, one must at the same time struggle with negative emotions. Again, when speaking about negative emotions, the question arises what to do with emotions that are not negative and may even be pleasant. If you can have such emotions, even quite personal emotions like friendship or affection, without identification, and they do not pass into and become negative emotions, then I always say that there is no harm in them from the point of view of this system, although other systems find them equally wrong, which is an exaggeration.

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