Daily Demonstration

The traveler in an unfamiliar country wakens each morning with expectation of varied experiences throughout the day. New scenes will unfold as day advances; and with eagerness he rises to meet the richness and beauty that the hours will bring forth.

One who journeys in the land of Christian Science should approach each day with even greater joy, for the good that progressively unfolds to the receptive thought far exceeds visible grandeur. Yet it sometimes happens that such expectation seems to be lacking. Long struggle with a problem may appear to claim our days; and as we waken, doubt and depression may attempt to cloud the glad anticipation with which each morning should be greeted.

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