In love we are
but what is love?
is it coercion?
or is it sharing?
a sharing of ourselves
heart to heart?
a sharing that gives,
that makes one grow,
Let's ask the children
Let's ask them about love.
additional joys, benevolence should grow more
diffusive,"* wrote Mary Baker Eddy, America's
great religious leader of the 19th century.
appears to be justified. The world has far
regressed in that respect. Isolated and self-centred,
humanity steals from one another, financially and
economically, even to the point that the entire world-financial
and economic system teeters at the brink of
disintegration while humanity faces the
additional threat of extinction by nuclear war.
Humanity has become so blinded in its self-isolation
that black and white, fiction and reality, have
become reversed, and the word "benevolence"
is spoken no more.
and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 58
the living art garden
of the invisible shapes that shape us
in the wide landscape of love
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