Mary Baker Eddy's article "Love your enemies" is a perpetual inspiration for me. It has many facets and lessons. Here's one that I took from it today. Who is my enemy? My opposer?
Eddy writes, "Even in belief you have but one (that, not in reality), and this one enemy is yourself — your erroneous belief that you have enemies; that evil is real; that aught but good exists in Science."
If your false self is your only enemy, then this line later in the article takes on new meaning:
"I would enjoy taking by the hand all who love me not, and saying to them, “I love you, and would not knowingly harm you.” "
Something we can all do today is speak to ourselves and say “I love you, and would not knowingly harm you.”
Loving the hell of out of ourselves is a sure way to heaven.