Overcoming Personality

Mary Baker G. Eddy endeavors in all her writings to turn the gaze of those who seek the light of Christian Science, from personality to Principle. In word and example she gently, but firmly and safely, leads us from the contemplation of "the seen" to an understanding of spiritual things, thereby presenting to our view "the things which are unseen" to the mortal sense of sight, but which appear to the spiritual sight to be blazoned so that all can see.

In pursuance of this, she takes us along the path of Truth until we are able to discern for ourselves the real from the unreal, and cease in a measure to have respect "for the persons of men."

Students of her writings know full well that if they would attain in the Science of Being the heights which she stands ready to scale with them, they must destroy the false sense of personality.

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A Tribute to our Leader
August 1, 1901

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