Talk on the science of spirituality as it relates to a quotation of Abdu'l-Bahá comparing life to a game: what are the rules of life, and how does one win the "game" of life?
From "The Science of Spirituality," a series of talks given by Price once a week in Calabasas, California, from November 2011 to June 2012.
Spirituality of Games
This talk is a meditation on the quotation of Abdu'l-Bahá:
O ye beloved ones! It is the moment of the ecstasy of the soul and consciousness and the season of running in the arena of sacrifice! Show ye kindness to all; be ye engaged in the refinement of the souls. Become ye as ignited lamps and adorn ye the orchard of being! These days are swiftly passing and this mortal life will remain fruitless and without result. Therefore, while there is yet time and the arrow is in the bow, enter ye the chase and strike ye the game. This game is the good-pleasure of God, and this chase is the merciful Providence; that is, living in accord with the divine instructions.
From Tablets of Abdul-Baha Abbas, pp. 573-574, online at reference.bahai.org/en/t/ab/TAB/tab-622.html.