THE ART OF DISCARD

Mortals are free moral agents, to choose whom they would serve," writes Mary Baker Eddy in "Unity of Good" (p. 60). It is clear, then, that each individual is free to choose continually between the substantial, or real, ideas of God, divine Mind, and the insubstantial, or unreal, suggestions of evil, or the carnal mind.

This process of choosing is manifest in everyday experiences through what might be called "the art of discard." When, for instance, symptoms of contagion or other discordant suggestions of disease approach the door of thought, each of us has the right and opportunity to reject, or discard, such notions.

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