Integrity

Integrity is a quality of Mind, divine Principle. Without Principle there could be no integrity. Without integrity human thinking follows the limited patterns of self-seeking and sheer materialism.

To one who would always manifest integrity, then, it becomes important to understand the nature of Principle. Surely to seek this nature in the hypotheses of natural science is useless, since these are acknowledged to be unconcerned with moral values. But does this mean that ethical and theological truths must rest upon unsound scientific foundations? It is well for our times that Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, has included Principle among the synonyms for God and thus made possible an intelligent approach to conduct and to religion.

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