Cultivating a High Quality of Thought

All through our waking hours we are thinking; and sooner or later the quality of our thinking enriches or impoverishes, exalts or debases our experience.

It is essential, then, to our progress in practicing and demonstrating Christian Science that we cultivate a high quality of thought. The stress and strain of everyday living, however, continually drags our thought down to a mortal mind level, even though we may strive to counteract this trend. These words of Mrs. Eddy are helpful in this connection: "Good thoughts are an impervious armor; clad therewith you are completely shielded from the attacks of error of every sort. And not only yourselves are safe, but all whom your thoughts rest upon are thereby benefited." The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 210;

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