Here I was— thinking I was one of a tiny minority, working to love God with all my heart and soul and mind, and my neighbor as myself— struggling valiantly against incredible and almost overwhelming odds: until divine Love, in its gentle, irresistible way, penetrated the crumbling walls with tender rebuke: "If you love God as much as you profess, how can you believe He could produce an idea resistant to Himself? And if you really love your neighbor as yourself, how can you see an antagonist?" Chastened, humbled, I gladly rejoined the majority — all, in Mind, under the government of God.
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