In his great Sermon on the Mount our Master, Jesus the Christ, clearly contrasts mental light and darkness, concluding his statements on the point with these words: "If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!" Christian Science accepts the Master's teaching, and shows that true education is spiritual enlightenment—conscious, practical realization of the omniscience, omnipotence, and omnipresence of God, good.
The very word "treasure" arrests one's attention as denoting something to be wished for, something highly desirable.
Spiritualization of human consciousness, gained through the study and application of Christian Science, is the means of righteous accomplishment.
Considered from the human and social point of view, activity, or employment, is certainly a very desirable thing, and governments are making numerous and repeated efforts to re-establish in their various countries normal economic activity.
What could afford more comforting assurance, more warmth of feeling, more tenderness, more awakened memories, than the sacred word "home"?
"I don't like that word 'duty'; I do things because I like to," was the emphatic remark of a young person.