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.
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