Human Appearance and Divine Reality

Men may not be more curious and inquisitive now than they used to be, but they have greater opportunity to indulge their curiosity and extend their inquisitiveness. They want to go where no one else has gone, know what no one else has known, and do what no one else has done. They wish to shake off fetters, overcome limitations, and enjoy a freedom never before imagined. And this is as it should be. Limitations have no place in infinity, and we are living in infinity whether we realize it or not.

In the midst of vaunted technological achievements, Christian Science, through spiritual means, is busily engaged in improving the conditions under which men are living. Christ, the divine ideal, is spiritualizing human thought on a scientific basis, making available to men the ability to bring what appears to be human life into accord with the divine realities of being. As a result, we are at least beginning to understand the spiritual nature of the universe in which we live.

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