Above all, throw away your toys, and grow up to reality. Pray God that you may develop and mature mentally and spiritually. The vast majority never grow up; it's always toys and games, under all sorts of rationalized names. But to what end? Look at all the tired, empty-minded, worn-out old people: half-dead, waiting to die -- and they never even learned how to die, or what life is all about. It is the world's greatest tragedy. Such criminally wasted opportunity! What is more wonderful than the knowledge of God, and the prospects of eternity? None of us is immune from the toy complex. We can make a toy out of anything. The work of the Truth is especially susceptible to this, because it is the flesh trying to cope with and rise to the things of the Spirit. Never get so immersed in the activity itself that it obscures the purpose and motive. There's no law against enjoying the work of the Truth. In fact, it's inevitable. But be sure the joy is of the Spirit and not of the flesh. You are doing it for God and man: not for pride and amusement and the gratification of personal accomplishment. Forget yourself in the joy of service and love.