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To most of us, at one time or another, comes the thought that we have done enough work for the time being and should have a rest. To take a rest is often a normal thing to do, provided that we have the right concept of what constitute real activity and true rest.
To rush around humanly is not being truly active and often results in a sense of weariness and frustration. Right activity is the reflection of the omniactive Mind. It consists in letting the law of God permeate human consciousness and govern every detail of our daily lives. It is the realization that wisdom, power, and action belong to Mind alone; it is the expression of these divine qualities in well-ordered lives and harmonious human experiences.
In the proportion that we preserve a sense of unity with the one Mind and keep thought filled with positive, constructive ideas of good, we shall be both active and at rest. Then hours of useful activity will result in a sense of well-being, renewed energy, and spiritual refreshment.
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THOMAS B. HUDSON
AFFIRMATION AND DENIAL
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ALICE DAVIS SHELMIRE
OUR PRICELESS PRIVILEGE
RONALD GRAY WALKER
"THERE WERE... OTHER LITTLE SHIPS"
WILMA L. ROBINSON
Alan W. Thwaites
"THE WORK OF RIGHTEOUSNESS"
ELSE L. A. BUCHENBERGER
DOROTHY A. EREAUT
DANNY PROVES THE TRUTH
REATHA I. FOUCH
THE INFINITE CONTINUITY OF BEING
John J. Selover
Helen Wood Bauman
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Walter E. Peck
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Mary E. Rink
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Addie S. Levison
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Hilda J. Forsythe
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Mabel Risley Grady
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William Alfred Dove
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Elizabeth K. Bridgman
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Gretchen Wolf Bewley
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