The Grace of Geniality

A RECENT writer has spoken of "the horrors of the existing twilight between war and peace," and judging from the standpoint of the material senses, this vivid description pretty fairly sums up the conditions of human existence after four years of terrific warfare. In countries near the seat of war, discomforts, hardships, inadequate housing accomodations, defective and interrupted transport and communication, shortage of food and clothing, and general disorder and disorganization are some of the problems which throng human thought in the aftermath of war.

Christian Science, however, teaches us that good can be maintained and demonstrated in spite of any material evidence of evil, because it shows how to prove material sense to be "a liar, and the father of it," as Jesus declared. Understanding, affirming, demonstrating, the allness of God, with what relief one can turn from the unreal mental pictures of mortal mind, fluctuating and fleeting as the cinematograph, to the beauty and order of Principle, the truth of being, where alone man will find the peace, supply, and harmony he so sorely needs.

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