And what you think of yourselves, (that) also think of your brethren; nor think with a high mind, but incline to them who are humble; and be not wise in the conceit of your own mind.
But I have not spoken because I have had need; for I have learned to make sufficient to me that which I have had.
I am the vine, and you the branches. Whoso abideth in me, and I in him, this produceth much fruits, because without me you cannot do any thing.
Be not therefore anxious for to-morrow; the morrow shall care for its own: the evil of to-day is enough for it.
and they who are in the flesh cannot please Aloha.
For as in one body we have many members, and as all the members have not one work,
so also we who are many are one body in the Meshiha; but we are each of us members one of another.