Reflection

In our work in Christian Science we unveil in individual consciousness the true reflection of God, and reject whatever is unlike the perfect creator. If we simply say, "I know error is nothing," this does not destroy it; we must first see what it stands for; expose it under every guise as a lie, give it neither power nor reality in our own thought; then we have begun, however faintly, to prove the truth of our statement.

The more we are overcoming error, the less we shall voice it, for by watchfulness our thought will be constantly protected against its hidden subtleties, and we shall attain the perfect consciousness which instantly detects, and thus uncovers, error's secret methods, their influence on others as well as on ourselves.

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