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Some loving heart hath said, Shall we know each other there? — and where is that radiant shore, shall we not seek it and weep no more?  Since ever we investigated metaphysics and traversed in freedom the realm of Mind, we have been careful not to overrate our discoveries, or to state what we had not first understood. We have not demonstrated the actual state of man’s existence beyond the limits of the observation of our senses, and only as we reason from deduction is it possible to define this state.  Any hypothesis beyond this conclusion, presupposing the condition of the departed is fully understood, is a vain conjecture, unsupported by reason or revelation.  Mary Baker Eddy

(Carpenter, Gilbert, Fragments Gathered From Unpublished Items Ascribed to Mary Baker Eddy, p.66)

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