The Certainty of Divine Thoughts

"Thoughts make us moral or immoral . . .healthy or unhealthy"

The word "mind" is commonly used to designate the source of thought, remembrance, and intention. Thinking, or the exercise of the powers of conception and judgment, cannot be imagined without a mind, but the common definition of this word includes all beliefs and suppositions as an activity of mind, as thought coming from the same source, without distinction in regard to rightness or wrongness.

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