FACING OUR PROBLEMS

In the pursuit of daily affairs, whether in the home, in the office, school, or shop, one recognizes that he is sometimes confronted with problems that demand solution. As the child in school is taught the rules of mathematics with which he may solve the mathematical problems given him as he advances, so Christian Science instructs its adherents in the fundamental facts of spiritual being, the eternal relationship between God and man, that he may learn to face his problems and solve them from a Christianly scientific basis.

A simple experience may serve as an illustration. A student of Christian Science, when at the local airport, always enjoyed watching the huge passenger air liners come in and take off. One afternoon while watching one of these planes prepare to leave, he observed that after every detail incident to the journey had been carefully checked and every passenger was safely aboard, the plane took off facing the wind. He learned that it is always necessary to head into the wind in order to rise from the ground.

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