Reflection

IF someone who had not studied art were asked to copy a fine etching, he might require many years to accomplish the task, if indeed he could do it at all. But if a mirror were turned toward the etching, it would instantly reproduce it exactly. The mirror might be turned toward a problem in algebra worked out on a blackboard, toward a garden full of flowers, or toward the score of the most intricate of fugues, and it would effortlessly and correctly reproduce any of them. Nothing visible to human sense would be beyond its capacity for immediate and exact reflection.

The mirror's exact reflection illustrates a characteristic which is true of the real, spiritual man. He shows forth continually all that belongs to God, infinite Mind, in accordance with the Scriptural statement, "God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him."

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