HIGH FIDELITY

Since 1877, when Thomas A. Edison first succeeded in reproducing sounds by his simple phonograph, great improvements have developed in reproducing music and voice. In fact, the finest reproduction of today, virtually indistinguishable in certain installations from the original performance, is termed "high fidelity."

In a far greater and higher way, spiritual man reflects with perfect fidelity his origin, God, Spirit. Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, tells us in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 250), "Man is not God, but like a ray of light which comes from the sun, man, the outcome of God, reflects God." How important, then, is our endeavor to express more fidelity in reflecting God's nature and qualities in our everyday living! True, the standards of Christian Science are high, and adherence to them requires continual growth in spiritual understanding; but the sincere desire to understand more of God, of man, and of divine law is always rewarded.

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