Relationships

CLEAR thinking calls for clear distinctions between different concepts and different qualities. This statement applies to human and divine relationships. To clearly apprehend human relations will help any person to fulfill their obligations and get their benefits. Comprehension will also help to choose the voluntary relations which are desirable, and help to avoid those which are not beneficial or worthy. As regards divine relations, apprehension of them is the basis of human achievement and welfare.

One of the absolute truths which are available for continual use is that no error or evil has any relation to God. It has no relation to the only Principle of existence, the only Giver of power. Consequently, no error or evil has either existence or power; it has no ability to even appear or seem, and no ability to produce a result. Another absolute and useful truth is that no error or evil has any relation to man. It is as foreign to man and as remote from you or me as it is from God. Man lives in the infinite Life, where there is no error or evil, and this is where you and I live.

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