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included in matter. Man, being immortal, has a perfect
indestructible life. It is the mortal belief which makes
the body discordant and diseased in proportion as ignorance,
fear, or human will governs mortals.
(Allness of Truth)
Mind, supreme over all its formations and governing
them all, is the central sun of its own systems of ideas,
the life and light of all its own vast creation;
and man is tributary to divine Mind. The
material and mortal body or mind is not the man.
The world would collapse without Mind, without the intelligence
which holds the winds in its grasp. Neither
philosophy nor skepticism can hinder the march of the
Science which reveals the supremacy of Mind. The immanent
sense of Mind-power enhances the glory of Mind.
Nearness, not distance, lends enchantment to this view.
The compounded minerals or aggregated substances
composing the earth, the relations which constituent
masses hold to each other, the magnitudes,
distances, and revolutions of the celestial
bodies, are of no real importance, when we remember
that they all must give place to the spiritual fact by the
translation of man and the universe back into Spirit. In
proportion as this is done, man and the universe will be
found harmonious and eternal.
Material substances or mundane formations, astronomical
calculations, and all the paraphernalia of speculative
theories, based on the hypothesis of material law
or life and intelligence resident in matter, will ultimately
vanish, swallowed up in the infinite calculus of
Spiritual sense is a conscious, constant capacity to understand
God. It shows the superiority of faith by works