Amidst the confusion which arises from varying opinion as expressed in conversation, in books, and in daily papers, there must surely be some thought, some opinion, which is right in every question, some absolute truth which ought to be easily discovered and which, when discovered, would be generally accepted and would at once put an end to all dissensions and differences.
In this seeming world struggle for peace and happiness, mortals are striving more than ever before to see home and friends expressed to them in the truer, more impersonal, and therefore more permanent way which seems right to each one.
When the teachings of Christian Science are understood it becomes clear that if, and when, one's every thought becomes spiritual, his experience is bound to be continuously harmonious.
The opening words of the Preface to the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy are, "To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings.
There is no more beautiful story in the Old Testament than that of the Shunammite woman whose little son had, to mortal sense, passed on, and who sought the prophet Elisha in her distress.
How prone people are to dwell in thought and words on the evils which seem to befall them.