What Is Reality?

A recent letter from a student of Christian Science recited this important change in her thinking. "While I have had innumerable healings through prayer and trust in God," she wrote, "still I see now that I believed prayer somehow removed something that had been real. Now I see that what it removed was never real but only suggestion."

Mortals have for so long been impregnated with the belief that whatever is cognized by the material senses is real that they usually relinquish this mistaken conclusion slowly, and only in the degree that they gain an understanding of the absolute reality of God, Spirit, as infinite Mind, expressed in a universe of spiritual, right-minded identities at one with their causative Mind.

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