By Henning Sass
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Corrupt and fallen, state. No, he is only a tool of God because God acts through him and manifests himself through him. How can this be otherwise than through deeds of spirit and strength? This is how God manifested himself in his apostles because they believed, and this is how he will manifest himself time and again in everyone who believes and to whom it is promised: “as long as your belief is as little as a grain of mustard”, etc. Otherwise, we would have to doubt God’s promises and honesty and God himself.
Conscience may only stammer but the voice of reason greatly excites the feelings and the consciousness of the vigorous human and is destined to introduce him to the realm of freedom and blessedness for which he was created. If against his own better knowledge or at least exhortation, as a result of his own sustained idleness or free inclination – since free choice and will are man’s most basic property – he adheres to what is not good or right and ignores the holy voice of his conscience, he disturbs his development and the revelation of life intended for him, in short, the order and lawfulness of existence and life itself.
Delusion is not a pathological state of the mind, but of reason, although the cause of delusion, namely passion, lies in the mind. We could deceive ourselves and commit errors without passion and still, any unaffected free spirit would easily recover from deception and error. However, delusion is a truly pathological state of the spirit, as it arises from a pathological state of the mind. No sooner is man free of delusion than he is free of passion. § 42 We call a life that is painfully and vainly governed by passion and delusion, a foolish life, just as the whole activity of passion and delusion is foolishness.
Anthology of German Psychiatric Texts by Henning Sass