Concerning Appreciation

All that constitutes God's oneness functions eternally in concordant, spiritual blending; and the expression of perfect Being is man. Quite apart from the perfect expression of God's being is the utterly fabulous so-called mortal man, mistaken by unillumined thought for man himself.

Far from being made up of divine or right ideas, as is the consciousness which reflects God and is man, the supposititious consciousness constituting so-called mortal man consists of false beliefs. And what mischief-makers these false beliefs seem to be! They are prolific in their suggestions of either too little or too much of something or other; and this unbalanced product parades itself as if it were genuine selfhood!

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