HOMEMAKING

The student of Christian Science understands that his true home is harmonious Spirit. From this basis he learns to replace erroneous, incomplete thoughts about a material home with the correct concepts of his true, spiritual home, which is forever harmonious and perfect. One might define harmony as completeness and perfection, resulting from diversity in unity. An ideal home then is one in which the members, with their individual and diversified tastes, hopes, and loves, work together in unity.

In a completely unified home the members accord each other the privilege of deciding how best to please God. Through a careful consideration of the words free, observe, and please, the writer completely reversed her belief of apathy, bondage, and boredom concerning home with the understanding that she was in reality an active child of God, expressing Godlike qualities. She now gratefully sings with the Psalmist (Ps. 101:2), "I will walk within my house with a perfect heart."

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THE BASIS OF UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD
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