THE RADIANCE OF SOUL

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

To be attractive, to be wanted and accepted by their contemporaries, is perhaps a desire of many young people. To them, attractiveness of one sort or another is the key to popularity and friendship, marriage, and success. Many will consent to almost any means to attain attractiveness and will spend countless hours in trying to cultivate it.

The world has many avenues which, it proclaims, lead directly to attractiveness, but let us see what Mary Baker Eddy has to say on this subject. In the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," she writes (p. 247): "Comeliness and grace are independent of matter. Being possesses its qualities before they are perceived humanly. Beauty is a thing of life, which dwells forever in the eternal Mind and reflects the charms of His goodness in expression, form, outline, and color."

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