By Love sustained

Whatever memory claims to be one's own—That history, background, way of life comprise—In every aspect innate goodness lies,For Love was always there and wrong unknown,Except to mortal sense. God's love is shownIn our capacity for good, in tiesOf fellowship and justice. From these ariseA sounder judgment and a wisdom grownFrom unselfed love. Then the consequenceAnd errors of mortality will fade,Lost in eternal goodness entertained;By Love revealed, with endless furtherance,And man is seen—man in God's image made—Whole and harmonious, free, by Love sustained.

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