It is stated that the Armstrong Committee, which has been investigating insurance matters in New York State, will, among its recommendations, include the following:—
The ancient motto, "Ich dien".
There are some remarkable record of the method pursued more than five hundred years before the coming of our Master, in binding men with fetters of self-imposed rules and customs.
Solomon's wise counsel, "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding," turns thought away from the smallness of human effort to the greatness of God's work, to the spiritual man and the spiritual universe, which we must understand in order to be perfect,—to have that mind "which was also in Christ Jesus.
In our every-day life there come up many problems which are not always easy to solve, but which we must work out,—problems of our relations with our fellow-men in business and social life, questions of duty in civic and religions life, rules of conduct in the home; in fact, we are everywhere confronted by the question, What is the right thing to do?
Christian Science, lifting thought above the seen and temporal, and directing it to the unseen and eternal, takes the first chapter of Genesis as the statement of the spiritual creation, perfect, entire, finished, and pronounced by divine wisdom good, nay, very good,—a creation consisting of the unfolding or revelation of truth to or above the chaos of a seeming mist of human thought.