THE UPWARD WAY

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

Sometimes we say, "I wish I knew the way to solve a certain school problem, or perform a particular musical passage, or make a skillful play on the recreation field." If we have attempted to learn certain rules and to master the necessary technique and the results have not been satisfactory, we may conclude that we are different from others and so cannot succeed in the activity.

If we have accepted such arguments as our own thinking, it is time to consider that they are not true of God's perfect idea, our true selfhood, and to realize that all correct thoughts originate in divine Mind. From a basis of spirituality we shall cultivate such qualities as faith, joy, and expectancy, instead of accepting a mortal sense of self with a set of unhappy circumstances.

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