When a man sets up to instruct his fellows spiritually, to guide them--still more, to lead them--in this way . . . it is only in the end that he discovers that he was working as much to obey his ambitions as to obey God, that it was as much because he loved his ego as because he loved his highest being that he entered and maintained all his activity.
-- Notebooks Category 16: The Sensitives > Chapter 5: Pseudo and Imperfect Teachers > # 114