On Being Important

Not long ago a speaker addressing an eager group of defense workers confessed that the greatest difficulty she had to contend with was that everyone wanted to do something important!

Now it is perfectly natural that men and women should desire that their work should be vital to the matter in hand. But the question arises, What, in any undertaking, constitutes the most vital feature, and how can all assist in this important work?

Christian Science has answered this question satisfactorily and finally, as it answers all questions, and students of this Science soon learn that the most important work to be performed in any group or assembly is to know and practice the truth, as revealed in the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.

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Casting Down the Accuser
August 1, 1942

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