NO STRUGGLE IN REAL BEING

"The habitual struggle to be always good is unceasing prayer," writes Mary Baker Eddy in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 4). It is only in that individual human consciousness in which error is being put off for truth that struggle is evidenced. In heaven, divine consciousness, which is ever at hand, there is and can be no struggle, because heaven is synonymous with harmony.

If in one's human experience there seems to be hatred, jealousy, sorrow, self-pity, and the like, the effort which one makes to eliminate them may involve struggle. But the only struggle which ensues under such circumstances is the stir which human consciousness feels as a result of its resistance to the mindless, senseless attempt of false belief to claim or hold on to a victim.

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