所以，要保持警覺，因為你不知道你的大師會在哪一刻到來 ( 譯註：《聖經》也有類似此句之說 ) 。他甚至可能以你們稱為罪犯，違反了你們社會最神聖的法律和習俗，而被折磨迫害的樣子到來。
這正是我告訴過你們的：憤怒是宣佈出來的恐懼 (Anger is fear, announced.) 。
Even Masters have been known to occasionally choose not to experience their mastery— sometimes for the joy of reawakening to it, and sometimes for the purpose of awakening others. This is why things can happen to Masters that you, in your place of judgment, do not think should or could be happening if they were “really Masters.”
Therefore, judge not, and neither condemn. For you may meet your Master this very day—as the bag lady on the street, or the mugger in the park, and not only as the guru on the mountain top. In fact, rarely so. The Master who appears as a Master is seldom acknowledged, and more often rebuked. Yet the Master who walks among you, appearing as one of you, is often the Master who makes the most impact.
So be alert, for you do not know at what hour your Master may come. He may even come as what you choose to call a criminal, disobeying the most sacred laws and customs of your society, and be crucified because of it.
Yet in the aftermath will you seek to remember every word he ever spoke.
Should you achieve mastery, or rise to that level even part of the time, you, too, may be judged, condemned, and crucified by your society. For others may be afraid of you, because they may be worried that you know something they do not know, or because you are challenging something that they think they do know.
It is fear that turns observation into judgment, and judgment into anger.
It is as I have told you. Anger is fear, announced.
The anger of others will be part of their Illusion about who they are, and who you are.