APPLYING CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TO SCHOOLWORK

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

Mind is God, divine Principle, omniscient and omnipresent. Mind is always aware of all of its ideas; its activity is always perfect and harmonious; and its expression is always accurate and complete. Divine Mind cannot make a mistake. To God there is never a choice between right and wrong. There is only the right. Each of us is in spiritual reality the reflection of this Mind and manifests all of its qualities. God is the only Mind, the Mind expressed through each of us.

The negation of the divine Mind is the so-called mortal mind. It is erring, independable, and capable only of mistakes, since it is a mistake itself. It claims to be talented in some lines and limited in others; it claims that some of us have more ability and intelligence than others; it forgets, lies, and would lead us away from the truth. It claims that each of us has his own distinct mind, separated from the divine Mind.

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