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- adj. Alternative form of laborless.
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As long as we have bodies we must inhabit the dwellings prepared for us by our good sister the Soul in her vast power of labourless creation.
The Soul of the All, as an entirety, governs the universe through that part of it which leans to the body side, but since it does not exercise a will based on calculation as we do — but proceeds by purely intellectual act as in the execution of an artistic conception — its ministrance is that of a labourless overpoising, only its lowest phase being active upon the universe it embellishes.
As for a mere low beggar -- some labourless labourer, or some weaver out of place -- don't let us throw away our compassion upon THEM.
As for a mere low beggar — some labourless labourer, or some weaver out of place — don’t let us throw away our compassion upon