On the voyage across the sea of human experiences, when the winds and waves of error seem to hinder one's progress, or the storms of sorrow and adversity almost engulf one with doubt and fear, the weary voyager finds encouragement and assurance in this statement by Mary Baker Eddy (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 254): "Pilgrim on earth, thy home is heaven; stranger, thou art the guest of God."

The human concept of home is that of a material abode or dwelling place where individuals sojourn during their so-called span of mortal existence. To many people the human sense of home symbolizes peace, comfort, security, a sanctuary or refuge from the stress and turmoil of daily activity, with its discord and strife. Courts and governments recognize the sanctity of a citizen's home by holding it inviolate from entrance or invasion without the owner's consent, except in cases where law has been violated. Likewise, those who are living in obedience to divine law will find their consciousness safeguarded from the invasion of any phase of evil, or the ills or inharmonies of mortal thought.

The Right Thinker
March 13, 1937

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