Claim Your Road

While one was being instructed in the art of driving an automobile, the instructor laid emphasis on one point, saying, "Claim your road." His words made an impression on the writer, and while driving he has many times since found it necessary to claim his place against oncoming automobiles, the drivers of which were bent on occupying more than their share of the road. A dictionary definition of "road" as "any way of advancing of progressing" makes it plain that each one has the right to lay claim to his share of the road, so long as he has a right to be there.

In the light of Christian Science, gained through the study of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," and the other writings of Mary Baker Eddy, together with the Holy Bible, every right thinker is privileged to lay claim to the road to health, joy, happiness, harmony, freedom, peace, and plenty, free and unmolested from the vague suggestions of the carnal mind or the five physical senses, which are but counterfeits of the real and eternal spiritual senses, which govern man in God's likeness.

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