The Finding of True Individuality

Charlotte (Mich.) Leader

The continued restlessness of tired humanity, seeking and striving for a sense of rest and peace which seems so far away, shows but too plainly how the deception of mortal existence, its pleasures and beliefs, palls on the senses. To those whose dear ones have passed away the question is ever recurring, "What is spiritual life?"

It is to such that Christian Science, lived and applied in its purity, unfolds the possibility, nay, the absolute certainty, of the life begun here as never ending, but as going on in its separate individuality, even with the seeming reality of the opposite claiming recognition. To them the words of Jesus, "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect," means a growth from the material to the spiritual, and while the change we are looking for may not be fully realized here, we must turn our eyes and work in that direction now, or we shall be at the foot of the ladder in our new experience.

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