Spiritualizing Our Memories

It is said that time softens grief and hurtful memories; yet we should not be concerned that it will separate us from those we love but no longer see. Time cannot intrude on memories of goodness, for goodness is immortal. We have them forever, and they become more real and tangible to us as we spiritually progress.

All that we have experienced of spiritual good in the past is inseparable from the ever-present divine Mind, so it never can be erased from our true consciousness. On the contrary, our grasp on the good of the past becomes progressively stronger, clearer, and more meaningful to us as our thought is spiritualized, purified of material, personal sense, and we learn to discern the objects of immortal good unobscured by false beliefs.

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May 24, 1975
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