“The memory of man does not have certainty of recollection:
of his pre-mortality,
of his early mortality,
of a befuddled brain,
of a brain that does not register for recall all the happenings of each day.
The memory of man records in detail the turning points of each life,
the life events of impact,
the events that resulted in esteem,
the events that resulted in his shame.
The memory of man records for later recall,
all the acts of honour,
all the deeds of dishonour.
The memory of man records the walk of the soul,
as the experiences arise from the activities of the exercise of the freewill of man.
The freewill of man can be as a shining star upon his forehead that radiates the light or as shackles round his ankles
that hamper every step.
The freewill of man exists to be exercised with wisdom,
to accumulate the jewels of life,
to bring forth much assistance when called upon for guidance.
The freewill of man can be used in abjuration,
can squander all the promises,
can lead to being a sacrifice served up upon a table forever in the darkness.
The freewill of man is of great significance in the life of man.
The freewill of man is of profound importance in the life of man.
The freewill of man is at the forefront of endeavour in the life of man.
Man will be required to account for the application of his freewill throughout his lifetime on the earth.”