Likeness and Revelation

How true it is that what we see and love, that we truly are; that like perceives and can be perceived only by like. This was glimpsed by the wise man who wrote, "Everything the individual sees without him corresponds to his state of mind, and everything in turn is intelligible to him as his onward thinking leads him into the truth." Yet more clearly was it seen by the poet when he declared,—

We acknowledge Christ,A proof we comprehend his love, a proofWe have such love within ourselves,Knew first what else we should not recognize.

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Divine Science
April 3, 1915
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