INTELLIGENCE FREE FROM AGE AND TIME

Educators frequently contend that age makes a difference in the ability to learn, or that a period of difficulty must be experienced before assignments can be handled if the student has been away from school for a long period. Discouragement sometimes results, and some individuals give up entirely and withdraw from their classes.

Such suggestions are entirely erroneous. They arise from the falsity of mortal mind, which Mary Baker Eddy defines in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 591), in part, as "error creating other errors." The belief that age or time is a barrier to learning is indeed "error." In the infinite allness and nowness of Mind there can be no barrier to the immediate realization of man's completeness and undeclining intelligence and to man's enjoyment of all good. There can be no separation between man and Principle.

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