Whenever an individual expresses good in preference to evil, at that moment he is proving that man possesses his rightful inheritance and is showing how much of God he knows.
As there is only one Mind or consciousness, all that can be known of anything must proceed from this infinite source.
No one has to agree with Stevenson's definition of night under a roof as a dead, monotonous period.
God, Mind, is always present, just as much in one place as in another.
The Samaritan woman in conversation with Christ Jesus at Jacob's well advocated the world-thought prevalent at that time; namely, that God must be worshiped at some special place; but Jesus explained, for the benefit of the whole world, for all time: "Woman, believe me, the hour cometh, when ye shall neither in this mountain, nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father.
The saying that "speech is silver; silence is gold" takes on new force and new meaning in the light of the teaching of Christian Science.