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History has furnished many examples of illustrious men and women who possessed an unusual degree of versatility. The word "versatile" means "manysided; turning with ease from one thing to another." Through usage it has come to stand for an unusual range of capacity and talent, varied accomplishment. It is often thought of as a gift with which relatively few are endowed.
Christian Science reveals that the man of God's creating is spiritual, perfectly expressing Him. Man can never be separated from Soul, the source of all beauty, order, and harmony. Man, the image and likeness of God, is complete and includes every Godlike quality.
As our understanding of man's relationship to God grows clearer, we manifest increased capacity and a larger scope of activity in our human experience. It becomes natural to do well in every undertaking. Thus we prove by the variety and quality of our accomplishment that genuine versatility is not a special endowment, but the result of spiritual understanding and demonstration.
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WE CAN HEAL OURSELVES AND OTHERS
FRANKIE L. THOMAS
"THY WILL BE DONE"
ACTIVITY AND REWARD
GRACE ROSE WHITE
HOW THE USHER SERVES
DORIS A. LEWIS
Glanville le Sueur
MIRIAM BECKHOFF DAMSGAARD
WITHSTANDING THE PRESSURE TO CONFORM
LOUIS D. GARINGER
THE DIVINE SOURCE
Helen Wood Bauman
John J. Selover
with contributions from The Clinton Journal and Public
RADIO PROGRAM No. 192 - Overcoming Occupational Hazards
H. Gladys Swope
My heart overflows with humble...
Gertrude G. van Roden
Christian Science came into my...
Merwin Lee McKibbin
I am very grateful that the Discoverer...
Mabel M. Thorne
It is with a heart filled with gratitude...
Elizabeth Anne Andrew
I am very grateful for the opportunity...
Velma R. Reynolds
I was brought up in a Christian Science...
Barbara Chapman Lesh
From the time I was a small...
Elisabeth F. Norwood
I did not come to Christian Science...
Several years ago I was traveling...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Mayte Richardson