On Choosing a Career in Christian Science

[Written Especially for Young People]

Young people who have just left their years of schooling behind them, naturally have their thoughts much occupied with the question of choosing a career, if they have not already trained for some particular line of work.

Many times it seems that considerations of a financial nature interfere with one's choosing a career according to one's inclinations, but if one has had the advantage of training in a Christian Science Sunday School he will know how to meet this situation through the truth he has been taught. In his case the future is viewed not merely from the standpoint of earning a living, but of how he can best reflect God, infinite good, as the only intelligence and substance. Mary Baker Eddy says on page 375 of "Miscellaneous Writings," "The truest art of Christian Science is to be a Christian Scientist; and it demands more than a Raphael to delineate this art."

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