Stranded on an Island?

When you hear the words "stranded on an island," do you—as many people do—think of a South Sea paradise?

But let's consider a barren, desolate spot. At times many people find themselves mentally isolated on such an island; they feel alienated from relatives, fellow workers, classmates, or friends. This may result from their own thoughtless words or acts, or from allowing themselves to be full of resentment or frustration over the words or acts of others. By allowing negative, material thoughts to rule their thinking and experience, they cut themselves off from God-given love, joy, and peace.

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SPIRITUALIZING THOUGHT
July 27, 1974
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