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 Say I: “Let the table be table and you remain yourself, as you were! And if some poor one comes and you have something, then support him on whatever day; whilst a yearly feast helps neither the poor nor yourself, and it does not please Me. He who remembers Me, let him do so at all hours of day; whereas I cannot find use for a yearly commemoration!
 If you were to designate such feast, you would verily resemble the Templers at Jerusalem, who also each year celebrate three anniversaries, and because it is customary, hand out bread to the poor, as if the poor could then live until the next feast without further nourishment! Oh for the nonsense of such ridiculous feasts! The Pharisees indeed on such feasts collect so much rich offerings that they can easily last a hundred years from such takings; but the poor have to be satisfied if three times a year he receives a piece of bread weighing hardly the eight part of a pound. Oh for the great foolery, stupidity, blindness and selfish malice. Therefore let this table be what it is, and celebrate a feast most pleasing to Me, if in accordance with your capacity you satiate one or the other poor, at this or some other table!
 And should one and the same poor come to you every day, then do not ask him whether he receives nothing somewhere else; for this would weigh the poor one’s heart down heavily, so
that for a lengthy period he would not dare coming to you, and your good works would lose their merit before Me!
 It is not My will on the other hand that you hand out the poor’s bread to those robust idlers able to work; to such give work commensurate with their strength! If they carry out one or the other job for you, then give them to eat and drink. If they don’t accept the work, then don’t give them to eat! For he who is strong and does not want to work shall not eat!
 Behold, if you arrange your dealings along those lines, you shall be preparing Me the most pleasing commemoration feasts; but leave Me alone with your proposed annual feasts, for such annual feast is the greatest nonsense that a man can engage in, since it serves nothing to anyone, except the organizer who can obtain some gainful offerings therefrom!
 In what way is a year preferable to a day? He who honors his father’s birthday once a year, same should honor the hour of birth every day, which certainly would be better than the annual
 I say unto you that all such human commemoration days are worthless before Me, unless they be kept daily, hourly and vitally in the heart. So are the new moons, jubilees, the feast of
Jerusalem’s liberation from Babylon’s power, the feast of rebuilding the city and Temple, the feast of Moses, Aaron, Samuel, David and Solomon’s vain things, in which there is nearly as much truth as the rain that fell into the sea a thousand years ago.
 Initially these feasts are executed in a sort of religious impetus and the participants commemorate a person or a significant event which they themselves have experienced in a still very animated way. However, in the second, third, fourth or even tenth generation it becomes an empty ceremony whereby thousands hardly know why it is taking place – and still later the whole issue goes over into futile heathenism.
 By saying this I do not want true commemoration feasts to be abandoned; however, next to yearly, it also should be kept in the heart daily, otherwise they must be considered as dead and
thus ineffectively. But with this table it stays as I have told and shown you!”
(GGJ Book 4, chap. 99)
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