The Glory That Is Man's

He who finds himself finds glory, for glory is inseparable from man. Man is in fact, the eternal witness to glory, inasmuch as he is God's representative, from whom all glory emanates. How do we find and preserve this glory which is man's, and which neither fades nor perishes; which knows no coming and going; which is dependent upon no mortal verdict, no personal judgment or computation; which is not dimmed by human disregard, nor enhanced by human adulation?

Only spiritual sense can bear witness to glory. Material sense, clamoring for recognition, has accepted the counterfeit and has believed it to be real. It has named that glory which can be attained only through mortal means, through strife and domination, manipulation and compromise.

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