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Even as “one star differeth from another star in glory,” so the Causal Body of each son of God reflects the harvest of good works gleaned from each successive opportunity in the Father’s vineyard. Thus the talents multiplied by each laborer accrue to his benefit with interest, whereas those who bury [in the electronic belt] that portion of God’s energy entrusted to them find no accumulation of good karma to enhance their future lives,[1] but only the burden of imbalance that must one day become the balance of light’s perfection.

  1. 1 Cor. 15:41; Luke 19:12–27.