No harm done when divine Love reigns

Have you ever turned to the Father with the desperate lament "Help, I'm being stoned! What's worse, I live with the thrower." Or perhaps your boss, co-workers, or neighbors are the present-day Pharisees who would scorn and willfully obstruct your course? How about you? Do you, too, try to use personal influence, to push and shove your own way? Are you contributing to the resisting and retaliating of others?

If we're thinking, "It sure feels like a stone," aren't we very close to believing that harm has been done or soon will be? With such reaction, we may become despondent, resentful, or involved in outright conflict.

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