The Inevitability of Good

In the world upon which we open our eyes every morning there appear to be continuously conflicting events. Some situations and conditions seem good, some bad. If we accept the verdict of the material senses, we feel constantly pulled in opposite directions.

Recently, while I was thinking about the apparent struggle between good and evil, it became clear to me that regardless of all the evidence of disaster the carnal mind tries to thrust upon us, the ultimate triumph of God's will, or that which is good, is absolutely certain. Truth is. Whatever tries to oppose Truth must, then, have no real existence at all.

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