We Do Not Let Error Order Our Lives

"Man is controlled by Mind and . . . there is nothing
in him to respond to error"

When an individual limits his activities or accomplishments because he believes he is lacking in ability, he is giving in to error instead of overcoming it. Whatever shortcomings one may think he has, he can overcome them by realizing that man, being the likeness of God, has infinite ability. An erroneous concept has no innate, or built-in, power to continue itself or to cause frustration. Error has only the power one gives it by according it reality and allowing it to interfere with normal activity.

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"The fast that I have chosen"
February 15, 1964

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