The Greatest Adventure

[Of Special Interest to Young Men and Women]

The greatest adventure of all is living the Science of Christianity—proving Christian Science. It reveals grander views than could ever be seen from the soaring eagle's mountain home. It is thrilling beyond all mortal sense, but it does not lead through hazardous paths as it ultimately reaches the goal of perfection demonstrated.

On this exalted adventure, God unfolds to us His infinite spiritual creation, in which man is held in perfect loveliness as His image and likeness and in which the illusion of matter is unknown because it does not exist.

It once seemed to the writer that existence without matter would be about as interesting as a sunset without color. But when he realized that what is termed "matter" is only a mode of mortal thinking—mortal mind feeling, hearing, tasting, smelling, and seeing its own illusions—he began to see that matter is simply the objectification of mortal beliefs.

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Scientific Being Is Here
September 19, 1964

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