THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS

Every human being is desirous of happiness, but the means and methods employed in the effort to gain happiness differ widely. Until Christian Science lifts the thought of men Spiritward, most of them regard happiness as being dependent upon various material conditions and situations, or upon the presence or perhaps upon the absence of certain personalities.

Thus happiness is commonly regarded as being undependable if not unattainable. Writing in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" of her early experience, Mary Baker Eddy says (p. 152), "Every material dependence had failed her in her search for truth; and she can now understand why, and can see the means by which mortals are divinely driven to a spiritual source for health and happiness."

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