THE MIRROR OF DIVINE SCIENCE

If we were offered a choice between a mirror that gives only a blurred, distorted reflection, and one that gives a true reflection, we would not hesitate. We would certainly choose the mirror that gives the clearer reflection.

Often we look into the imperfect mirror of mortal mind and are aghast at what we see—ugly surroundings, depleted supply, missing friends, ourself a pitiful object. But in Christian Science we can turn from these false images to the true. Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (pp. 515, 516): "Your mirrored reflection is your own image or likeness. If you lift a weight, your reflection does this also. If you speak, the lips of this likeness move in accord with yours. Now compare man before the mirror to his divine Principle, God. Call the mirror divine Science, and call man the reflection. Then note how true, according to Christian Science, is the reflection to its original."

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