BEGINNING AT JERUSALEM

A well-known modern poet has said, "Home is where one starts from." Mary Baker Eddy in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," writes (p. 254), "Pilgrim on earth, thy home is heaven," indicating that one must change his material, limited, and variable concept of home for the realization of the ever-present spiritual realm, alias the kingdom of heaven, where man, the reflection of God, perpetually lives.

The consciousness that opens to the radiance of limitless Life and Love, to the foundation of Truth, the plan of Principle, and the eternal beauty of Soul, will find the true dwelling place to be not a material structure, but the eternal, ever-present realm of harmony, where Love abounds to bless all. In proportion as one exchanges one's human concept of home for the true, he finds the seeming evidence of lack, frustration, or overcrowding disappearing.

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