"Strength in union"

In "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 98) Mrs. Eddy speaks of "strength in union." She says, "We come to strengthen and perpetuate our organizations and institutions; and to find strength in union,—strength to build up, through God's right hand, that pure and undefiled religion whose Science demonstrates God and the perfectibility of man."

This union, in which we find strength, involves discernment of the activity of divine Mind. Only in expressing the one Mind can we work together for good, protected from any of the conflicting personal opinions which are disastrous to complete agreement. When mere personal opinions come into a situation, at that moment and in that measure full cooperation is absent. Such opinions, based on human judgment or sentiment, can never wholly coincide. They do not know how to be unanimous.

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