"That which ye have"

Inasmuch as human environment is but the externalization of thought it can be improved as thought is corrected and spiritualized. Similarly, the apparent lack of a home is not primarily a material condition, but the outward expression of a general belief.

No one would ever think of the multiplication table or any part of it as not being present or available. When we affirm that God is omnipresent, we acknowledge that all that exists is in His omnipresence now. All the ideas and resources of Mind must be present where we are. Moreover, neither God's eternal presence, wherein is all good, nor Mind's constant, unimpaired productiveness has ever been set aside in any apparent lack of home.

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