A Thread in the Garment of Righteousness

Our Leader has said, "Divine Love, as unconscious as incapable of error, pursues the evil that hideth itself, strips off its disguises, and—behold the result: evil, uncovered, is self-destroyed" (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 209).

Again and again, I have found this to be true. "I die daily" in demonstrating it and "count it all joy," for I know that the uncovering of any sense of inharmony in my thought or life is a call to a war of extermination of error,—a call never to be unheeded, or even tardily answered, for as the moments flee, other claims force themselves upon the attention ere the echo of the first has died away. The promptness and exactness of Science is astonishing and grand, and all our perceptions must be educated up to a degree which passes the understanding of mortal mind.

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