AS A LITTLE CHILD

How often one hears the remark, "I wish I could be a child again." Surely no one wants to return to the limitations of mortal mind's concept of childhood. Back of this longing must be dissatisfaction with one's present estate. It might stem from a sense of loneliness, frustration, remorse, or responsibility, or from any of the burdened states of thought which seem to harass the adult.

These errors are overcome not by turning back, but by going forward in the higher understanding of God and of man's relationship to Him. The spiritual qualities, which are more clearly seen in the child thought, are what we really long for, and not the false physical aspects. These qualities we may all attain through the study and application of the truths of Christian Science.

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