Integrity

The Christian Scientist should be known and respected for his integrity. Christian Science has revealed to him the great spiritual fact of God's allness, convinced him that good alone is real and worthy of his ambition and attainment; and thus enlightened, he is aware of the unreality of evil and consequently of the uselessness of pursuing evil along any line. He may fall short at times of the ideal which Christian Science sets before him, but there can be no denying the fact that the genuine Christian Scientist is desirous of living a life of integrity; a life characterized by uprightness of motive and act; a life that is truthful, humane, kindly, honest, considerate; in short, a life in which good is being demonstrated.

Usually it is not difficult to detect integrity in others, for men and women of integrity do not act a double part. They are content to let their light shine, whatever the intensity of that light may be. And because of this they are respected and trusted, and sometimes honored, by their fellow men.

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