Among the innumerable blessings and benefits which Christian Science brings to humanity, perhaps the greatest is the gradual but certain transformation of the human character, by which the grosser elements are lost, while all that is fine, noble, grand, and enduring, remains because it is related to God, good.

In this purifying process of transformation we begin to lose selfishness, self-will, hate, revenge, malice, and their inseparable companions, doubt, fear, sickness, poverty, despair. As there is no mental vacuum, these errors are replaced by the appearing of unselfishness, kindness, love, health, poise, and an increasing sense of real substance.

"The place whereon thou standest is holy ground." We can hallow and brighten our present environment by expressing the nobility of character that comes with this transformation. Such expressions protect us from the world's belief in lack of opportunity.

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