Transcending oneself: this is the great imperative of the human
condition; and there is another that anticipates it and at the same
time prolongs it: dominating oneself. The noble man is one who dominates
himself; the holy man is one who transcends himself. Nobility
and holiness are the imperatives of the human state.
Intelligence, since it distinguishes, has the faculty of perceiving
proportions. The spiritual man integrates these proportions into
his will, into his soul and into his life. All defects manifest
a lack of proportion; they are errors that are lived.
be spiritual means not to deny with ones being
what one affirms with ones knowledge, that is
to say, what is accepted by the intelligence. Truth lived: incorruptibility