My Enemy, My Friend!

How easy it is to love those who love us, who enjoy what we enjoy, who think the way we think!

But what about those who don't? For instance, the neighbor, the business associate, the organizational co-worker, or member of the family—who through jealousy, ambition, rivalry, or domination appears to resent you—opposes you or wants to get you out of the way? Aren't these enemies from whom you should defend yourself? Look a little deeper. Mrs. Eddy writes, "Can you see an enemy, except you first formulate this enemy and then look upon the object of your own conception?" Miscellaneous Writings, p. 8;

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