Jon Changes Models

[Of special interest to juniors]

A red model sports roadster, motor exposed, revealing each tiny part as a true and faithful copy of a real racing motor, is Jon's pride and joy. The first day he had the kit for building this roadster, he spent a long time studying the picture of the model car and reading the directions. Then he started to assemble it piece by piece. He kept the picture of the car and the directions in front of him as he worked, consulting them constantly.

Jon is a Christian Scientist, and because of his interest in building model cars and airplanes, his mother suggested he read what Mrs. Eddy has to say about models in Science and Health. She writes, "We are all sculptors, working at various forms, moulding and chiseling thought." Science and Health, p. 248; And she continues: "We must form perfect models in thought and look at them continually, or we shall never carve them out in grand and noble lives. Let unselfishness, goodness, mercy, justice, health, holiness, love—the kingdom of heaven—reign within us, and sin, disease, and death will diminish until they finally disappear."

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