One takes form with the knowledge given

It is difficult, very difficult, to know one, especially when there was never one who would say that one was, so that with that real knowledge he like also the other could take real form…

Thus, no one is son until it is not declared to him son and he begins to take the real form of son, and no one is father until he is not declared father and through the declaration, he begins to take the real form or the real reform of the father…

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