COMPLETENESS

The experience of lack of housing facilities and adequate food supply, as well as overcrowding and restlessness, through which much of mankind is now passing is first lightened and then transformed for those who turn to Christian Science for relief and guidance.

There is no doubt about the sorry character of today's conditions for mankind. Error says that almost everyone lacks something he needs. Hunger seems to be the common lot in various parts of the world, ff there is a place to live in, there may be inadequate income. If there is ample supply, there is frequently unsatisfactory housing. But hope, comfort, and readjustment are coming into the experience of those who look to God for help. Our blessing is in direct proportion to our growing comprehension of God as perfect Mind and of man, His image and likeness, as the individual expression of that Mind.

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