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Error is not anybody; it is never you. It is not a person. Sometimes it seems to be persons, because it borrows so much. Error lives on what we lend it. It is like a person who cannot make a living, and has to live by borrowing all the time. That is just the way error lives on borrowed life and power.

The reason it seems to be persons—many persons—is because it borrows eyes, ears, tongues, and minds to live by. But persons are only the lenders, lending themselves to error, letting it borrow life and power from them.

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