Schooled by great suffering from his father's rejection of him, his epilepsy and rejection to proceed towards ordination, Libermann wrote from tat heart that God's will is fulfilled in us by merely waiting "in all peace and calm until our heavenly Father condescends to employ us for His greater glory." Libermann challenges his friend to free himself of a worldly spirit. "Remove all the leaven of the world that still remains in you. Destroy its work thoroughly. Surrender wholly and unreservedly to God. Do not fear the world."