The arresting words of the title appear on page 183 of "Miscellaneous Writings" by Mary Baker Eddy. These words form part of a sentence which reads: "Man must love his neighbor as himself, and the power of Truth must be seen and felt in health, happiness, and holiness: then it will be found that Mind is All-in-all, and there is no matter to cope with.
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