It is easier, way much too easy in truth, to say that one stops sinning than it is to stop from sinning. Because in truth, sin is because of what already is and because of what is already known, even though because of the very lack! And one will not keep from sinning until in truth one knows with complete and real gladness and with complete and real joy that there is really something better or something greater. And because of the humbleness of one with complete gladness and with complete joy toward the greater, thus the greater will make one better or will make one greater, thus one will in truth keep from sinning! And to keep from sinning in truth was to do the will of the Master God with complete gladness and with complete joy.
Because in truth, to sin was because of obligation or was to do the will of the Master God without choice or without knowing the good will of the Master God, and if even it was known, the good will was not done with the pleasure of God.