A RIGHT BEGINNING

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

"Getting off on the right foot" is considered essential in any human enterprise. It is generally conceded that if one begins rightly, one is almost assured of a good ending. What constitutes a right beginning is the puzzle that calls forth many theories and clichés on the subject of behavior.

The Bible begins thus (Gen. 1:1): "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." Mary Baker Eddy elucidates this statement in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 502): "The infinite has no beginning. This word beginning is employed to signify the only,— that is, the eternal verity and unity of God and man, including the universe." Throughout the Bible we find instances that prove that a right starting point in all human endeavor is a right understanding of the nature of God and of man.

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