"THE LUXURY OF THOUGHT LET LOOSE"

In many fields of thinking and living, men are pushing onward, outward, upward. They are breaking through barriers of time, space, and distance. They are putting aside yesterday's most cherished beliefs in matter. They are wiping out long-accepted limitations of mortal mind. They have broken through the sound barrier; they are planning the conquest of outer space; and they are even working on ways to improve the weather.

More than half a century ago, Mary Baker Eddy foresaw and set forth the spiritual significance of this era of expansive thinking and living. Before the Wright brothers made their first flight, even before the first wireless message across the Atlantic, Mrs. Eddy wrote (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 110), "Hidden electrical forces annihilating time and space, wireless telegraphy, navigation of the air; in fact, all the et cetera of mortal mindpressing to the front, remind me of my early dreams of flying in airy space, buoyant with liberty and the luxury of thought let loose, rising higher and forever higher in the boundless blue."

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