EXISTENCE IS NOT HUMDRUM

It is necessary for most people to engage in some regular activity each day to earn a living for themselves and to help support their families. To some this is a joyous experience, but for many it develops into a monotonous daily round of hours spent in wearisome work, with little or no inspiration. Existence seems to be humdrum—dull, purposeless.

Christian Science shows us how our daily living can become a joyous adventure, rich in accomplishment, blessing not only ourselves but others as well. It teaches us that true existence is the expression of God, of Life—joyous, harmonious, and throbbing with useful and purposeful activity. Life, Mary Baker Eddy tells us, is individualized in countless ideas, all reflecting the radiant nature of the divine creator.

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