THE SPEED OF GOODNESS

We live in an age of speed. With the jet plane telescoping our "Here it comes!" into "There it goes!" the day approaches when we may say of an air-borne vehicle that it has arrived without our having time to observe it. Who would now decry the Revelator's vision of the ultimate when time itself shall be no longer (Rev. 10:6)? To reach the Revelator's discernment, however, we must come to see that time and space likewise are but illusions of the human mind, and that man exists unlimited and untrammeled by these seemingly weighty barriers.

Christ Jesus proved that matter, space, and time are illusions when he instantaneously healed all manner of disease, walked on the sea, transported a ship across a lake immediately, and overcame death for himself and others. He knew that man lives in eternity, not time, and that all good is ever present. In "Unity of Good" Mary Baker Eddy writes (p. 11): "Jesus required neither cycles of time nor thought in order to mature fitness for perfection and its possibilities. He said that the kingdom of heaven is here, and is included in Mind."

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