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    Debra Glidden

    Webster’s definition of clamor is

    1a : noisy shouting
    b : a loud continuous noise
    2 : insistent public expression (as of support or protest)

    Exactly how error, mortal mind, animal magnetism tries to get us to believe what it is saying. What a wonderful moment, when mortal mind’s clamoring is recognized as a loud powerless noise, ignored and replaced by God’s allness, God’s promises of goodness, blessings and healing, and the Divine laws of love.

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