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From facts apparent to the understanding and gathered from the Science of Soul, we know that man is immortal, and that the shadow we call death is but a phase of mortal belief.  No change has been wrought when we say, “My friend has just died;” that friend is saying in the full consciousness of existence and with its same surroundings —  “I never died.  It was but a dream I had; for life is going on with me the same as before.  I am not spirit; yet I am as much flesh and bones as I ever was; the only change to me is, I cannot communicate with my friends, — and why?  Because they do not understand me now.  They call me spirit, but I am not; they say I died, but I did not; they do not know what I am, where I am, or what I am pursuing.  Mary Baker Eddy

(Carpenter, Gilbert, Fragments Gathered From Unpublished Items Ascribed to Mary Baker Eddy, p.66)

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