"Where dwellest thou?"

World events compel many individuals to re-examine their state of consciousness and to ask themselves: "Where am I living? Am I living in a war-torn world or in the perfect realm of Spirit? Am I dwelling in a material universe or in the eternal, harmonious realm of Mind? Am I thinking of myself as living in a mortal body or as abiding in the pure realization of spiritual manhood?"

One is likely to become so accustomed to a false concept of dwelling place that he may not wish his thought challenged on this subject. Such mental stagnation is not desirable.

Paul's understanding of home is reflected in his inspired declaration, "For in him we live, and move, and have our being." This is the Christian Scientist's view of home. It heals immobility, limitation and the belief that one's home is in a fixed geographical location.

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The Name of the Lord
November 13, 1943

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