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You wonder what it is? Well, maybe you will agree that it assumes man to be mortal, and that there are many mortal "I's." You know: "I want this, I want more, I have lost my health, I am sick, I lack this and that, I am lonely, I am unemployed, and so on. I am never finished wanting something or other." The old merry-go-round of mortal mind activity may show us how much the word "I" is being improperly used.
For example, it is not necessary to be unemployed. There is a job waiting for everyone. A three-hundred-and-sixty-five-days-of-the-year job. It will satisfy all our other "I wants." A full-time occupation, it is the most rewarding work one could engage in. You say, "What is this job? It sounds like a steady, ongoing sort." I might add that it is a job you won't get fired from.
The safety of man
DAVID LAWRENCE HAASE
ELVEY WILLIAM ALFRED BARTON
Your source is present with you
Release from the grasp of time
No penalty for doing good
NATHAN A. TALBOT
God always loves
Danny Heubeck Age 7
Thou hast delivered my soul from death, mine...
During the time I was taking class instruction in Christian Science...
DEBBIE SUE YELVERTON with contributions from B. MARCUS YELVERTON
Some months ago, while I was attending the theater in London...
JESSE K. BAILEY, JR.
Despite being brought up in a family in which religion was seldom...
HAZEL ELLIS WALKER