WHAT SHALL I DO?

The question, "What shall I do?" is one which confronts us daily in all our activities and associations. In business, in the home, in fulfilling our responsibilities as voters, in unsolved physical problems, we are frequently called upon to make decisions, and the questions often arise: What is the right thing to do? Which way shall I choose? The answers to these questions affect the lives of individuals and ultimately the history of nations. It is of the utmost importance, therefore, that we learn how to make right decisions, and this can be successfully accomplished through a consistent study and application of the teachings of Christian Science.

In an enlightening statement in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy writes (p. 264): "Mortals must look beyond fading, finite forms, if they would gain the true sense of things. Where shall the gaze rest but in the unsearchable realm of Mind? We must look where we would walk, and we must act as possessing all power from Him in whom we have our being."

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