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If one lives rightly, every effort to hurt one will only help that one; for God will give the ability to overcome whatever tends to impede progress.
Let us serve instead of rule, knock instead of push at the door of human hearts, and allow to each and every one the same rights and privileges that we claim for ourselves.
The lives of great men and women are miracles of patience and perseverance.
Love’s labors are not lost.
The poor suffering heart needs its rightful nutriment, such as peace, patience in tribulation, and a priceless sense of the dear Father’s loving-kindness.
Honesty is spiritual power. Dishonesty is human weakness, which forfeits divine help.
We never need to despair of an honest heart; but there is little hope for those who come only spasmodically face to face with their wickedness and then seek to hide it.
The sublime summary of an honest life satisfies the mind craving a higher good, and bathes it in the cool waters of peace on earth; till it grows in the full stature of wisdom, reckoning its own by the amount of happiness it has bestowed upon others.
Do not forget that an honest, wise zeal, a lowly, triumphant trust, a true heart, and a helping hand constitute man, and nothing less is man or woman.
“The loving patience of Jesus, we must strive to emulate.
The rich in spirit help the poor in one grand brotherhood, all having the same Principle, or Father; and blessed is that man who seeth his brother’s need and supplieth it, seeking his own in another’s good.
…go forth into life with the smallest expectations, but with the largest patience;…
…we should go forth . . . with a keen relish for and appreciation of everything beautiful, great, and good, but with a temper so genial that the friction of the world shall not wear upon our sensibilities;
. . . with a charity broad enough to cover the whole world’s evil, and sweet enough to neutralize what is bitter in it, —
. . . go forth . . . determined not to be offended when no wrong is meant, nor even when it is, unless the offense be against God.
“. . . go forth . . . with an equanimity so settled that no passing breath nor accidental disturbance shall agitate or ruffle it;”-Mary Baker Eddy

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