True Happiness

Who has not asked himself at some period whether happiness is attainable? Many have been measurably happy for a period of years, some for a great number of years perhaps. Others have never experienced any satisfying degree of happiness. Yet all, even those who have been happiest, have felt, all too frequently, the precarious nature of human existence, and ahve dreaded the loss of those conditions or relationships on which they believed human happiness depended.

So the very important question naturally arises, "Can a true sense of happiness, as real, indestructible, permanent, be attained?" To this, Science unhesitatingly answers with an unqualified "Yes." It is true without reservations, as thousands of Christian Scientists have proved. No material circumstances can prevent its achievement, and none can destroy it.

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