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Freedom of Choice
A basic freedom is the right to decide what one likes. Everyone feels that he has the right to say, "I like that" or "I don't like that." And people usually feel that they themselves actually do choose what they like. But do they? Only if mortal existence were factual and not merely a state of material consciousness.
Because human experience is a mental state, a supposed mixture of spiritual ideas and mortal mind concepts, anyone who believes that his entire human experience is actual and that all that comes to his thought is true and desirable is the victim of false concepts. He may think that he voluntarily decides to choose something because the suggestion comes to his thought that he likes it, but as long as he believes that the evidence of the material senses is real, he can be falsely persuaded by thoughts not his own.
"One lone, brave star"
GLADYS C. GIRARD
An Eternal Christmas
Freedom of Choice
FREDA SPERLING BENSON
Finding True Individuality
ANN T. BEALS
Dealing with Evil as Temptation
GLORIA NOVAK CHRISTENA
RIVER OF LIFE
Margery Todahl Blokhine
"Clearer, higher views"
WILLIAM DAWSON ANSLEY
The Dawn of Perfection
Helen Wood Bauman
"A change of base"
William Milford Correll
During a stay in an Asian country I was suddenly struck with...
Ingo Sigfrido Boenigk
With gratitude and love I should like to share some of the experiences...
Ann Spatariu with contributions from Elizabeth C. Zuber
Many years ago I was staying in the house of a stranger for a...
Ellen Georgina Nangle with contributions from Virginia Crocker
The humble declarations of truth and demonstrations of healing...
Myrtle R. Breitrick