Plato's assertion, "What thou seest, that thou beest," is a truism which might be further rendered, What thou seest, that thou doest, or havest, or makest—as exemplified in the attainments of the statesman, the inventor, the artist, the writer.
Christian scientists who have experienced the healing effects of Christian Science are naturally desirous of spreading the knowledge of the truth which has healed them; and to do the greatest good to the greatest number is their constant desire.
"The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want," is an unqualified statement regarding divine Love's law of supply.
As the writer sat by the window one sunny autumn day studying the Bible Lesson from the Christian Science Quarterly, her eye fell upon a sunflower whose head was bowed with the weight of the rich seed.
The study of Christian Science awakens one to see that salvation from everything unlike good is a present possibility.
Many years ago there was a little seven-year-old girl whose daddy told her to do something that she did not want to do.