interfere in others' rights, these are actually those that apply to all so they shouldknow.Of course, one needs to develop the sensitivity to discern when one's well- meantwords or actions are misunderstood and then they can be discussed (hopefully), butone cannot go through life otherwise worrying whether we're "stepping on someoneelse’s toes", interfering, offending etc. We all have been given a reasonable degree of judgement, and with the previously mentioned application to learning and raising our consciousness etc., plus a complete faith(after that learning) that the spiritualhierarchy will tend to results; we can "do” what we're meant to "do” in peace, and geton with our work (14.7.85).Even our mistakes are valuable, it is really the only way to learn what not to do. If one reads and studies and follows slavishly what is printed, without trials and tests of one's own, then they are not really learning. All books and instructions should betreated only as guideposts, followed at first until the knowledge and practise meldswith one's own knowledge and intuition, then the person should start "playing it byear", as every situation is not the same in full; each one of us has had so muchdiversity in life, beginning with a unique blend of genes, not even an identical twin isidentical, then our environment etc., acts upon us. So the basic resemblances of experience and reaction to them are present, enough to allow us to recognise the pattern. After that recognition we must then treat the person and his/her problem as ithas evolved to in the present time. (13.8.85)We should all pass on our ideas and abilities to others who are floundering andmaking far less than full use of their days and talents. Everyone has talent, manyhighly acclaimed artists, musicians 'etc., have that as their only talent simply becausethat is all they have ever desired or felt they had time to develop. They are wrong, of course, which is why there is so much unhappiness even amongst them. They haveover-used their one capacity often because of a lust for fame, recognition, in provingthat their gift is special and unique.In olden days an artist could often indulge himself that way, as eccentrics were morerecognised and the system of support from a wealthy patron was quite common.Today is not quite that way and side indulgences, or neglect of other facets of one'slife is not understood or tolerated the same way. Man has learned much and even thegreat talent needs to develop in a more balanced way. Constant touring, or exhibitingart or whatever, is not necessary, but then the artist would have a time of lesser or noadulation, within periodic normal living, and that, coupled with a lesser than largeincome would not appeal to their ego (or perhaps their spouse's ego). Between the people who would use these artists in their promotional work or to earn themselvesmoney, the writer/singer, or whoever, often never has five quiet minutes alone to ponder what they want to do with their lives, all of their lives.The frenetic pace maintained by so many is not necessary and in fact is counter- productive and often very harmful. We look, and at times all seem mad, rushingeverywhere, declaiming wildly, crushing or overturning any hopes for personalhappiness, fulfilment and growth, in their insane activity.