Filled with divine Love

Faithful readers of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures are usually very familiar with this question that the author, Mary Baker Eddy, poses: "Would existence without personal friends be to you a blank?" She continues, "Then the time will come when you will be solitary, left without sympathy..." (p. 266).

Well, who hasn't at some point felt completely alone, confronting sadness or loss of some kind, desperate for some for out of an oppressive blanket of misunderstanding and loneliness? I have, and I think most people have. Yet the passage continues with these words of assurance, "but this seeming vacuum is already filled with divine Love."

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