IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

If one wishes to reach a certain destination in the shortest possible time, he usually finds the best means of transportation and proceeds without delay. If his direction lies toward the east he certainly does not entertain the thought of traveling south, or west, or north. So it is with the Christian Scientist as he journeys on. First he must have a goal, a definite ideal of living; next he must travel directly toward this goal.

The Christian Scientist is not a drifter. He keeps his gaze fixed on his goal. His aim is to achieve without delay the demonstration of perfect manhood as presented in the words and works of Christ Jesus. How can we learn to travel in the right direction, to find and follow in the way which leads to perfect manhood? Mary Baker Eddy says ('Miscellaneous Writings, p. 359), "The way is absolute divine Science: walk ye in it; but remember that Science is demonstrated by degrees, and our demonstration rises only as we rise in the scale of being."

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