A LESSON ON ILLUSION

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Carol and her big brother Donald were traveling with their parents by automobile to visit their grandmother for the summer vacation. Both the children had been happy and full of excitement the first day. But the second day they got up very early, for they had a long way to drive to get there that night, and Carol seemed most unhappy. She had wakened suffering from a headache.

Every morning the children's father and mother studied the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly. This week it contained the reference from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 495): "When the illusion of sickness or sin tempts you, cling steadfastly to God and His idea. Allow nothing but His likeness to abide in your thought. Let neither fear nor doubt overshadow your clear sense and calm trust, that the recognition of life harmonious—as Life eternally is—can destroy any painful sense of, or belief in, that which Life is not."

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RED ROCK
July 24, 1948
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