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"Blessed are the meek"

Journal-HeraldDayton, Ohio

He who knelt before the disciples and bathed their feet had no desire for the esteem of the world. He was aware of the evanescence of all those things which contribute to the pride and pomp of man. He saw the fate which awaits enthroned mortality. He was less a citizen of the earth than of the kingdom of heaven—the inner realm of God-consciousness. In this knowledge he was humble of spirit.

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