The Christian

Christians

The Christian loves God and his fellow-man. He does everything he can to aid, comfort, and encourage his fellow-beings; nothing to injure, retard, or discourage them. He does by his fellows what he would have his fellows do by him. This he does in thought as well as in deed. The Christian's thought is right, therefore his acts are right. His thought toward every one of his fellow-beings is that of love.

This means that there is not in his mind—his consciousness—a single tinge of that which could possibly injure, impede, or even delay, his brother's progress toward the attainment of his true goal—the perfection of his self-hood.

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May 31, 1900
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