The people who are internally poor always search something out to be complete.

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

People who have very little spiritual values within, who are internally poor, always seek something external to make themselves complete.

Internally poor people are always worried about foolishness, gossip, bestial pleasures, etc.

Internally poor people live from fear to fear and as it is natural, become attached to their husband, wife, parents, children, to old and degenerated traditions, etc.

Every sick and poor psychologically old man is usually full of fear and clings with infinite anxiety to money, family traditions, grandchildren, memories, etc., as if seeking security. This is something we can all see by carefully observing old people.

Whenever people are afraid they hide behind the protective shield of respectability, by following a tradition of race, family or nation, etc.

Actually, every tradition is merely a senseless repetition, empty and without true value.

All people have a marked tendency to imitate others and this imitating is a product of fear.

The Fundamental Education. Samael Aun Weor