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[Original in German]
Isn't it gratifying to feel that others appreciate and love us, and we them? Where does this spontaneous feeling of warm satisfaction come from? It is the presence of the Christ, the divine Truth of all being, which we can recognize in others and which fills our thoughts with calmness, peace, and outgoing love.
When one senses the presence of divine Love, which happifies and satisfies, others feel it too and respond to it. This holds true for all person-to-person encounters—at home, at work, on the street, in the train, even while driving our car. Wherever we meet others, we can know the omnipresence of God, divine Love, with a feeling of confidence and security, and see the evidence of it.
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