Seeing division, or oneness of Mind?

Recently I was reminded of a phrase that the discoverer of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, used when writing to Christian Scientists about abiding in God, in Truth and Love. She said that if they did this, they would be “one in heart,—one in motive, purpose, pursuit” (Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, p. 135).

Whether within families, neighborhoods, or legislatures, the goal of moving together in harmony with a common purpose, and supporting one another, is an ideal worth striving for. Amid apparent conflict it’s not unreasonable to pray for unity of spirit because such oneness expresses the nature of God, the infinite and only Mind, our creator. Oneness, rather than division, characterizes and underlies all true being as the spiritual, perfect outcome of God.

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