ON GRADUATING

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

Graduating seems to become a habit. We graduate from a lower grade to a higher, from grammar school to high school, from high school to college. And then what? Human life itself is an educational process in which we graduate from one stage to another when we are ready for this progress. In school we are used to expecting grades to approximate the effort we put into our work. In Christian Science anything that is to be of real value to us must of necessity be won through work and through study.

It is sometimes said of the young that they think. "The world's mine oyster." It is natural for youth to be easier for the Rood things that the world promises, but maturity brings the realization that the promises of materiality are false and sometimes fatal.

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