Infinite Capacities

There has probably never been a time in modern history when there has been a greater demand for proved ability and capacity to achieve, than at the present hour. Modern civilization has become so complex, and human activity has grown to such vast proportions, that former accomplishments seem to pale into insignificance. Greater and greater efficiency is demanded, and higher and higher standards are raised. During the last few years many human systems have been devised which aim to meet this human need, but they have proved dismal failures when put to the test, leaving the problem unsolved.

Christian Science teaches that there is a rightful supply for every legitimate need, whether it be one of ability, intelligence, strength, or substance. On page 94 of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mrs. Eddy, speaking of the "omnipresence of Mind," refers to "the infinite capacities of the one Mind." In this sentence she very forcibly brings to our thought the cause of failure and the only true basis of success.

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