REAL SENSATION

Mortals live in a world of material sensations, a world of impressions of sight and sound, of taste and smell and touch. Through these tenuous sensations so-called mortal mind communicates, and by them mortals are limited. Through physical sensations mankind come to conclusions regarding space and substance, pleasure and pain, life and death. But Christian Science brings one to the conclusion that matter has no more substance than the sensations which declare its presence.

Mary Baker Eddy, who has done much to free her followers from the despotism of the corporeal senses, says in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 72), "Real sensation is not material; it is, and must be, mental: and Mind is not mortal, it is immortal." She explains elsewhere that spiritual sense alone can convey the impressions of God to man.

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