You might say that I am putting too much stock in the workings of spirit, in the will of God. You might say that John and I were simply discovering the goodwill that had lain, all along, in the hearts of some decent human beings. But you would be assuming that these two things are different, and that is an assumption I reject. I have been blessed with love both human and divine, and I believe that there is no essential difference between them. Any person who acts out of love is acting for God. There is no way to repay such acts, except perhaps to pass them on to others.
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