Surmounting the Claims of Adolescence

Until an understanding of what constitutes true maturity is obtained, we are all subject in some degree to the belief that development can be uncontrolled, unlovely, and uncertain.

Mrs. Eddy says on page 206 of "Miscellaneous Writings": "The advancing stages of Christian Science are gained through growth, not accretion; idleness is the foe of progress. And scientific growth manifests no weakness, no emasculation, no illusive vision, no dreamy absentness, no insubordination to the laws that be, no loss nor lack of what constitutes true manhood."

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