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I shall not be spirit until I lose all limits; they have lost their evidences of me through their personal senses, because they have said I changed, I died; their mistaken views of life have parted us; their belief that life ended with me, or took upon itself a new form, has prevented their understanding the reality of my present existence, — hence our separation through these opposite beliefs, and our opposite conditions as the result thereof.  Further communication between us is impossible, until their belief changes through the footsteps that mine has done and becomes like mine.  This change will be named death, but that is their belief of it, not ours who have rent the veil that hides the mystery of a moment.”  Mary Baker Eddy

(Carpenter, Gilbert, Fragments Gathered From Unpublished Items Ascribed to Mary Baker Eddy, p.66)

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