Are we blaming or healing?

People have a tendency to blame. But divine Principle impels us to heal. If we truly want to be free from human woes, we can stop blaming—placing responsibility for evil on ourselves, others, and circumstances—and start healing.

Blaming is an element in the set of errors that constitute the false, material sense of existence. In its acute forms blaming is destructive and cruel. At no time is it beneficial. On the other hand, Christian healing is the natural outcome of Christly thinking, which destroys this habit and heals our troubles.

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