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FOLLOWING THE ONE WAY
Two students of Christian Science finding themselves in the path of heavy oncoming traffic discovered that they were driving the wrong way on a one-way street. They managed to turn around and proceed in the right direction only after considerable difficulty. Failure to observe the directional signs had caused their trouble.
True progress in daily living demands alertness and obedience to spiritual signposts along one's way. Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 242): "There is but one way to heaven, harmony, and Christ in divine Science shows us this way. It is to know no other reality—to have no other consciousness of life—than good, God and His reflection, and to rise superior to the so-called pain and pleasure of the senses."
Divine Mind, God, knows all and includes all. God unfolds the direction we must take to demonstrate His perfect plan for us. In Christian Science we become aware of this way as we grow in spiritual understanding through study of the Bible and of Mrs. Eddy's writings and put what we learn into practical use.
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PAUL H. EAMES
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GERALDINE HANKS OLDHAM
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