MATURITY CHARACTERIZES GOD'S CHILDREN

Without the enlightenment of Christian Science, the various phases of behavior which children go through during the material process called "growing up" are perplexing. Parents, teachers, and even some young people themselves agree that certain periods in this growing up time are difficult and to be endured rather than enjoyed. Thus it is a welcome assurance of Christian Science that being is always in reality at the point of maturity and is not subject to any phases of immaturity.

Students of psychology and sociology believe that the child's individuality is determined by certain factors such as heredity, environment, and education. They further believe that the child matures according to a chronological schedule.

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