In this work Goldsmith develops the theme that God is the substance and essence of all forms, whether that form appears as man, animal, vegetable or mineral. Spirit underlies all effects, and the recognition of this truth shifts the emphasis from dependence on persons or things to a complete dependence on spirit. Because God is individual consciousness, your consciousness is infinite, and as you become more aware of the infinite nature of your consciousness, that consciousness begins to appear in infinite forms of good. Then you understand the great truth that nothing can be added to you, and nothing can be taken from you: you are eternally complete and whole because embodied within you is the substance of all life.
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