Overcoming a False Sense of Pressure

[Written Especially for Young People]

WHETHER our interests lie in scholastic, scientific, or artistic fields, or whether it is a hobby that enthralls us, we all know how thrilling it is to discover for ourselves something we were not aware of before regarding some subject in which we are vitally interested.

And so it is with Christian Science. Our interest may be quickened by some healing we witness, by some proof of the truth we declare, or by some new light gained through our use of the Concordances to Mrs. Eddy's writings.

At school we probably first become aware of the "pressure of demands"—pressure of long assignments, pressure of time, pressure of social activities. And this pressure seems to continue in the business world, in college and university, wherever there is collective activity, so to speak.

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