Man is free to choose both good and evil, and …

Man is free to choose both good and evil, and is rewarded according to his choice. He is himself to blame for all the grief and sorrow which is his self-engendered lot; for he has, perhaps, in willful ignorance and faulty trust, cohered with evil men, being fascinated by their glamor, his lower self  in full attunement with their sin, thinking its good in his blindness and lack of true perception.

Every man is either good or bad. No middle course is possible. The indifferent, the lukewarm are not good; they are consequently bad, and the worst of all bad, for they are imbecile and cowardly. The battle of life is  like a civil war; those who  remain neutral  betray both parties alike, and renounce the right to be numbered  among the children of the fatherland..