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Our joys and sorrows are contradictory when self separates them in opposition. But for the heart in which self merges in God's love, they lose their absoluteness. So the Baül's prayer is to feel in all situations--in danger, or pain, or sorrow--that he is in God's hands. He solves the problem of emancipation from sufferings by accepting and setting them in a higher context:在线播放银鞋子
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