A DEEP TRANQUILLITY

Many people are asking if it is really possible to find peace of mind. Happily, there is an affirmative answer to this question. There is an unfailing means by which we may attain the incomparable blessing of a tranquil mind. Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, writes in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 506): "Through divine Science, Spirit, God, unites understanding to eternal harmony. The calm and exalted thought or spiritual apprehension is at peace."

The calm and exalted thought of which Mrs. Eddy speaks indicates an active state of mind in which one is continually growing in his comprehension of the allness of good. Human thought often considers peace to be that somewhat inert but contented state of mind which descends on one as a result of pleasant outward influences. Actually, no one can sit back with hands folded if true tranquillity is to be realized. By the continued enlargement of one's understanding of the infinite power of God, one is established in the tranquillity of spirit, which will endure undisturbed in the vicissitudes that seem to accompany human experience.

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