Sweet Concord: Life's Music

"The capacity to express ... harmony ... stems from aninnate desire to know and do the will of God"

Mrs. Eddy asks in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 116), "Are we filling the measures of life's music aright, emphasizing its grand strains, swelling the harmony of being with tones whence come glad echoes?" She then states, "As crescendo and diminuendo accent music, so the varied strains of human chords express life's loss or gain,—loss of the pleasures and pains and pride of life: gain of its sweet concord, the courage of honest convictions, and final obedience to spiritual law."

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February 29, 1964
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