One's Right Place

The spiritualization of daily living is the high goal set before the Christian Scientist. "The spiritual sense of Life and its grand pursuits is of itself a bliss, health-giving and joy-inspiring," states our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, on page 19 of "Miscellaneous Writings."

Often one hears the expression, "I feel that I am not in my right place," or, "If I were in another place everything would be better," and so on. This argument of mortal mind became very aggressive in the experience of one student of Christian Science. Because of a seeming curtailment in business operations, a consolidation took place in the corporation with which her husband was employed. A resulting transfer took the family halfway across the continent into very different climatic, living, and working conditions. Very little harmony was evident. This condition continued for over two years, although a great deal of work in Christian Science was done.

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