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Christian Science offers a cure for those who suffer from friction with their human personalities and environment. Perhaps someone considers himself unattractive or unappreciated; perhaps he does not like the size or shape of his body; perhaps he dislikes his location or his house, his associates or his work; perhaps he is annoyed because he has no distinguishing talent; perhaps he considers his finances unjustly inadequate.
Friction with one's human sense of life sometimes makes existence seem uninteresting and scarcely worthwhile. If not corrected, it may even stir up extreme physical and mental maladies. Christian Science takes the friction out of thought by revealing a higher selfhood, which is intact —the perfect man described in Genesis as God's image and likeness. But Science also requires that one consistently identify himself as this perfect man by expressing God's nature and just as consistently reject the mortal self and the evil qualities that contradict God's concept.
When the true concept is really understood, the sense of friction with an undesirable personality or situation is destroyed, and a transformation of human life takes place.
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The Dawn of Christian Science
THOMAS D. M. LATTA
The Privilege of a Parent
AILEEN E. WAVRO
"IN QUIETNESS AND IN CONFIDENCE"
Kathryn Laney Veazey
Awake from the Dream
RICHARD H. STRAIN
Meeting Today's Challenges
JANET DOUD DRISKILL
Anne Listens for God's Angels
BARBARA J. PELLMAN
Helen Wood Bauman
The Place Where God Is
Carl J. Welz
I can never thank God enough...
Casper T. Gee
Through my first healing in...
Our beloved Leader tells us in...
I am happy to express my gratitude...
Mary Alice Bridges Taylor
"Thou hast put off my sackcloth,...
Lottie J. Baird
My expression of gratitude is...
Harley G. Moorhead
It is my heartfelt desire to thank...
Signs of the Times
Roy M. Terry