“No mind is sick until another mind agrees that they are separate… Uniting with a brother’s mind prevents the cause of sickness and perceived effects. Healing is the effect of minds that join, as sickness comes from minds that separate… Do not allow your brother to be sick, for if he is, have you abandoned him to his own dream by sharing it with him.
Like you, your brother thinks he is a dream. Share not in his illusion of himself, for your Identity depends on his reality. Think, rather, of him as a mind in which illusions still persist, but as a mind which brother is to you. He is not brother made by what he dreams, nor is his body, “hero” of the dream, your brother. It is his reality that is your brother, as is yours to him. Your mind and his are joined in brotherhood. His body and his dreams but seem to make a little gap, where yours have joined with his.
Let him acknowledge who he is, by not supporting his illusions by your faith, for if you do, you will have faith in yours… Who shares a dream must be the dream he shares, because by sharing is a cause produced… Yet if you see there is no truth in yours, his dreams will go, and he will understand what made the dream.
I thank You, Father, knowing You will come to close each little gap that lies between the broken pieces of Your holy Son. Your Holiness, complete and perfect, lies in every one of them. And they are joined because what is in one is in them all. How holy is the smallest grain of sand, when it is recognized as being part of the completed picture of God’s Son! The forms the broken pieces seem to take mean nothing. For the whole is in each one. And every aspect of the Son of God is just the same as every other part.” T-28.III – IV