"No man can diet or fast himself to health. He must live his way to it. All of his living habits combined make up a life of health or of disease, for he who is ill has marked himself a fool and a weakling! To a much greater degree than hunger, must physical, emotional and mental hunger be seen for what it is: an outcrop of man’s hate for God."
/slap in the face. not sure its as easy as he makes it sound. misery of mental cause and effect is less clear now.. but ofcourse thats different in a monestary. in what way could one take seriously someone who doesnt interfere in society in a way as the average person does