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No Personality

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    BarbaraW
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    We have found “No Personality” from “Addresses by Martha Wilcox” so very helpful. It can be found on pages 180-182 in the book. It includes a quote of Mrs Eddy saying, “There is no personality and this is more important to know than that there is no disease.”
    This is another jewel we would not know about were it not for Plainfield. Thank you!

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    jacodebr7545ba
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    Yes, it is wonderful that we can read all the good stuff from the early workers! for free! Also “The Bookmark” sells those books. Dr. John Todd, CSB, wrote that the belief of material, personal sense is the only devil there is. He was taught by Adam Dickey. Mrs. Eddy, I believe, wrote about “the sense of self, and the self of sense.” Love, the divine Mind, must be our self is we reflect Him/Her. “In Thy presence, there is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures evermore.” I’ve found that all the reading and studying on its own does not necessarily lead us to God, it is God’s nearness, Love’s presence and Allness that was needed.

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