Man is born of eternal day, not because he wills or wishes it, not because he labors or strives toward it, not because he earns it as a reward, but simply because the Spirit has breathed life into him. And the Spirit which has breathed this life into him has breathed Its own Life and cannot unbreathe It or take It away. If we would only let go of our theological nonsense and let our soul commune with the Universe, it would tell us all these things because we already know them inwardly. All men are embodiments of God and the soul can no more be lost than God could be lost. What more can life demand of us than that we do the best we know, always trying to improve. And when we do this we shall have done well indeed, and all will be right with our souls, both here and hereafter.