Necessary Adjustments

The changing world scene calls for many adjustments. Ways of living, of moving about swiftly, of communicating instantly, of becoming acquainted with different kinds of people—their religions, their mores, and their problems— have the effect of jolting us out of complacency with our own set beliefs and prejudices. All of this is progressive; it impels us to become unselfed, to consider the needs of all mankind.

An even greater jolt comes to those who find Christian Science, and a more radical adjustment is required. These searchers learn through Science that spiritual life alone is real and that mortal existence is a deep, mesmeric dream which must be dispelled. This knowledge often calls for the giving up of cherished personal ambitions and the adjusting of thought to nobler desires to reflect God and the power which destroys evil.

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