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Dwelling Together in Unity

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Announcements Forums Man — September 5th, 2021 Dwelling Together in Unity

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    Kerry
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    In keeping with the message of the Lesson this week of dwelling “together in unity!”, I offer this picture from a 1924 Sentinel article (“Unity and Cooperation” by Sallie Poole Lange).

    “The illustration of an orchestra, with its many sweet toned instruments bringing out musical harmony, is helpful. Each one realizes that he is responsible only for his own part in the work. He does not watch his neighbor, though he may be playing the same kind of instrument; nor does he suggest to his neighbor how he shall play; his whole thought and purpose is to gain a clear understanding of the music before him. In order to do this, he is obedient to the director of the orchestra, regardful of every movement of the baton, so that no discord will be manifested as a result of his work.”

    I am so grateful to be a part of this grand, universal orchestra, under the direction of our Father-Mother God and the important role each one of us has in blending together to play His grand symphony.

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    Susanne
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    This is wonderful, thank you for this post! I extend it daily to all of nature, thanking the little critters I see for their daily work in fulfilling their individual roles.

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