Economic Problems Do Not Really Exist

In the material realm, generally speaking, there appear to be three classes of individuals: those who work for a living, those who feel they do not have to work, and those who seem unable to find profitable occupation. The observer notes that there is much discontent in each class. Those who work and those who do not have to work are seldom satisfied, and the lot of the unemployed naturally is not a happy one.

Mankind constantly seeks for a right adjustment of economic problems, and so doing resorts to various experiments. But can any lasting success be attained so long as matter is regarded as the basis for bringing about improved conditions? The prevailing thought seems to be that only in the material realm lies the solution of mankind's problems. Christian Science affirms that this view is due to false education concerning what is real and what is unreal.

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