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Watch lest you call your brother a fool…

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    Rae Hauck
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    With all the political strife in the illusion, Watch 173 seemed like a good remedy.

    “WATCH lest you call your brother a fool, and thus be in danger of hell fire. To hold anyone as being a channel for error, or animal magnetism, without rebuking such a picture and making nothing of it, is to call your brother a fool, since you are holding him as cut off from Mind, the only source of wisdom, and making error real.

    Since the entire purpose of all error is to cause you to acknowledge the reality of that which is not real, whatever tempts you to admit the existence of a power or person apart from God, becomes the immediate error to be destroyed, whether it appears in yourself or another…”

    The Watch is quite lengthy, but well worth the read. Thanks for making the Carpenters’ book 500 Watching Points available through your bookstore.

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