When reminded of cruel treatment she had received, Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, is reported to have replied, "I distinctly remember forgetting that!" There is much to be said for the ability to forget the mistakes, hurts, grievances, accidents, or tragedies of the past.
Nothingcan overshadowthe joy felt todaywhen we stand in the lightof Truth's unobstructed ray.
Few would prolong the anguish and suffering of an unsolved problem, knowing the solution was right at hand.
We can begin now to see greater evidence of universal brotherhood in our day-to-day living.
Love my neighbor as myself!That was his urgent demand.
To long for the spiritual ideas of God, divine Mind, is to hunger and thirst after righteousness, and this yearning is invariably fulfilled.