Safety in Right Thinking

A current magazine article, intended no doubt as an earnest protest against careless automobile driving, advances the belief that driving is always to be regarded as dangerous.

The Christian Scientist knows that this is not true. He knows that such a useful thing as an automobile can be used and enjoyed under divine protection, the protection of the divine Mind, through right thinking. He also knows that the only element of seeming danger is to be found in wrong thinking, evidenced in such phases of belief as aggressiveness, lawlessness, ignorance, fear, selfishness, haste, and so forth. The suppositional realm of false belief is the only place where accidents can seem to occur, for Mrs. Eddy states on page 424 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" that "accidents are unknown to God, or immortal Mind."

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