"The infinite capacities of Truth"

One definition of the word "capacity" is "ability; capability; possibility of being or of doing." Throughout her writings Mrs. Eddy elucidates the fact that this "possibility of being or of doing," when coupled with Truth—with God, and the truth of man's being—is seen to be infinite. She tells us in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 202) that "earthly experience discloses the finity of error and the infinite capacities of Truth, in which God gives man dominion over all the earth."

Today the so-called pressure of competitive business with its demand for speed and at the same time accuracy and efficiency is felt by some to be almost overpowering. The busy housewife desirous of expanding her borders of usefulness, the ambitious and conscientious student in his academic work—indeed all mankind—are faced with a demand which must be met by something higher and greater than human ways and means afford.

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