"Proof in practice"

The student of music, having learned some of the fundamentals and the technique required for playing an instrument, turns to perfecting his interpretation of the compositions he is studying. This takes practice. Perfection in performance can be gained in no other way. The more advanced the student, the more intensified his practice; and this practice, when accompanied by love and joy in the doing of it, results in success—the ability to interpret truly the composer's idea.

The student of Christian Science, in learning the fundamental truths of divine metaphysics and putting them into practice in his daily life, is paralleling the student of music in his line of action. Each truth learned must be put into practice to bring out the harmony and true beauty of life.

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