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[John Quincy Adams, “Political animosity—don’t get pulled in,” Sentinel, August 20, 2018]
There have been many helpful articles in The Christian Science Journal and Sentinel on healing the division and hatred that seem rampant because of differing political views, but I find this one particularly helpful in how it identifies the pull to extreme political views as animal magnetism, or false gods of willfulness or self-righteousness, even hatred. This is a wake-up call to identify the error as not a person or persons but as error, as is so perfectly illustrated with the author’s own experience. It is very helpful. Thanks.
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