III, vi, 12. But a good horseman likes to practice upon untrained horses and prefers the obstacle of rough ground and ditches to a level roadway. Every impediment must be made the birth of a possibility. Disconcertion before an obstacle always emanates from fear. No matter how the cowardice be garbed we must reveal the page about fear. Friends, until impediments appear to us as the birth of possibilities we will not understand the Teaching.
-Leaves of Morya’s Garden 1925