"Keep your eyes to the right"

[Written Especially for Young People]

While having a lesson in night driving, the pupil pulled her car over toward the oncoming cars in the opposite lane. Her teacher saw the mistake she was making and said quickly: "Keep your eyes to the right. Watch the light from your own lamps. If you look at the other lights, they attract you away from your own side."

Somewhat later, these words came to mind when problems of real attraction versus false attraction arose. "There is but one real attraction, that of Spirit," Mrs. Eddy has written on page 102 of the textbook of Christian Science, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." And she continues, "The pointing of the needle to the pole symbolizes this all-embracing power or the attraction of God, divine Mind."

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