The precious sons of Zion, citizens of the city of God comparable to fine gold to the highest standard of value— who dares to rate them as earthen pitchers products of an inferior hand? Have we not all so transgressed? Have we not all miscalled ourselves and others, pointing out the traces of clay that only we can pretend to see? Could God who with loving care forms each individual son in the image of His own perfection find any flaw? Does He see brittle, fragile clay which may be disfigured and destroyed? How could He? Spirit, Mind, Truth, Life, and Love can see only these reflected in all His precious sons! Margaret Tsuda.
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