Harmony

No one could consider our present sense of the universe, with all its verity of manifestation,—the unfolding of nature and its renewed expression of life in the spring, the planets and constellations of the night and day, the tendency of the races to invent, to be lifted consciously and unconsciously to a greater degree of progression to an individually better pattern,—no one could consider these seeming conditions without some realization that a law other than so-called material energy, operates to further the progress of mankind.

All things beautiful point to the harmony of God's creation, in which each idea adds to the beauty and usefulness of the other ideas, and all redound to the glory of God. Truth lives and expresses its own perfect reflection without friction, and hence without reaction. All being centered in one harmonious cause and creator, a realm is presented wherein all dwell without confliction with one another.

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