Can you choose whom to love?

How I learned to love both the teachers and students at my school

Do We Have to love everyone? Can't we pick and choose the ones we'll love? We might want to answer yes to the second question when we wonder how we could ever love an ex-spouse who was cruel to us, an employer who fired us, or a student who disrupts our class.

Yet the Bible has a different message. It teaches that not one of us is a stranger or enemy. We are all offspring of one Father-Mother God. "Man is the family name for all ideas,—the sons and daughters of God," writes Mary Baker Eddy, who founded this magazine (Science and Health, p. 515).

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