Beginning Again

In a poem written several years ago, entitled "The Land of Beginning Again," a writer expressed a great longing for time to be blotted out and a fresh beginning to be made, this new beginning to be on the basis of present wisdom gained from experience, with no unhappy past to be remembered.

Every day is a time for beginning again, a time to rejoice in a better understanding of "the deep things of God," a time in which to lift thought to the contemplation of good and the enjoyment of the tokens of God's love for His creation. With the Psalmist, we too can say, "My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up." In the consciousness of good the false mental pictures, which are all that there is to the past or present of mortal sense, are blotted out, and the experiences that have left a memory of pain or anguish are seen to be only a dream that is gone.

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Dominion
January 3, 1931
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