Honesty is important to our wellbeing, says Christian Science teacher and practitioner Curt Wahlberg in this Q&A chat.
And even though it may seem, from a material standpoint, that dishonesty will reap more rewards, we can naturally express goodness when we realize that good is not available in a limited, finite quantity.
Rather, it's equally available to everyone at all times—because God is constantly caring for all of His children.
Curt describes how spiritual honesty helped him through a difficult tax audit, and answers questions from site visitors about helping children develop spiritual honesty, the importance of truthfulness in relationships, how to deal with dishonest behavior in others, and whether it's okay to tell a "little white lie."
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