Calling or thinking of error as lie relieves it of any personality whatever.
You — lie — cannot fasten your fault upon me.
You cannot unload your filth at my door.
You cannot argue fear, inability, lack of understanding, paralysis, inaction.
You cannot rob me of my property.
You cannot rob me of my good name.
You cannot rob me of my friends.
You cannot take away from me what God has given me, nor deprive me of what God has in store for me.
You cannot cause me to make mistakes, cannot blind me, cannot accuse me. (Carpenter, Gilbert, Collectanea of Items By and About Mary Baker Eddy, p.143