"Who told thee?"

The joy, harmony, and real accomplishment of each day depend upon what we accept in our thinking as real. Quick, correct mental decisions bring fruitful hours. In the degree the truths are maintained in thought that God is Love, that He does not create anything unlike Himself, and that it is impossible for anything not of His creating to exist in His infinite goodness, sin, sickness, and lack are eliminated from our experience. These glorious facts are true regardless of the varying degrees in which we understand them.

The perfect universe, including man, remains intact throughout all time. "There was never a moment in which evil was real," declares Mary Baker Eddy in her book "No and Yes" (p. 24). Perfect results, therefore, cannot be obtained by working from the premise that both good and evil are real. Our success is sure as we learn to discriminate between the false evidence of material sense and the true idea of Life and man discerned through spiritual sense, and refuse to entertain thoughts which do not express God.

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