"GET THE TRUE IDEA"

Occasionally one who performs the same duties each day may come to feel that his experience is uneventful and drab and that the unbroken routine is monotonous and uninteresting, sometimes even unbearably fatiguing. It is generally recognized that fatigue is not brought on by the actual labor connected with any work, but by the seemingly monotonous nature of this work or by the attitude of thought which is held about it, both by the one doing it and by those who supervise the activity.

Christian Science offers the sure and ready remedy for this difficulty because, it lifts the worker's daily activity out of monotonous routine into the understanding of spiritual ideas. Speaking of so-called material pains and pleasures, Mary Baker Eddy writes in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 39), "To break this earthly spell, mortals must get the true idea and divine Principle of all that really exists and governs the universe harmoniously."

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