THE INDIVIDUAL AND WORLD AFFAIRS

The faithful student of Christian Science prays daily, fervently and systematically, to gain a clear recognition of his own spiritual nature and capabilities as an idea of God. His prayerful work also includes the recognition of a universe, consisting wholly of spiritual ideas, which are governed by divine Love alone, and which dwell in complete unity and co-operation with each other. Having established as clearly as possible in thought this great fact of universal spiritual brotherhood, the Christian Scientist is ready to apply it to every individual experience and every world problem.

The student of Christian Science should be well informed of what is going on in the world, both at home and abroad, so that he may help to establish peace and good will. Is there a problem of conflict or war among nations? He immediately recognizes this as a lie or false belief about God's creation, and he rejects it. He quickly replaces this false belief with a clear acknowledgment that God's universe is spiritual and not material, peaceful and not warlike. He maintains that divine Mind alone controls all thought and action and that peaceful relations always exist under God's government.

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