TRUE FELLOWSHIP

True understanding gives us newborn sightCleansing our thought of what we think we seeIn those we mingle with from day to day,And most in those to whom our hearts are drawn;Helps us to see our brother, as did Jacob,Doubtful of Esau's motive, when he prayedTo God for help, and, reaping his reward,Said to his brother. "I have seen thy face,As though I had seen the face of God, and thouWast pleased with me." So friendship reigned again.For understanding is the line that LoveDraws between truth and falsehood. Armed with this,We may behold our brother in the lightBy which God sees him, and be satisfied.

Dorothy Susan Izard

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