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Look in the mirror; see yourself, your exact likeness. Think for a moment: My reflection can never be different from me, its original. It is utterly incapable of expressing or showing forth anything that is unlike me—anything that it does not actually reflect. Mrs. Eddy writes: "As the reflection of yourself appears in the mirror, so you, being spiritual, are the reflection of God. The substance, Life intelligence, Truth, and Love, which constitute Deity, are reflected by His creation; and when we subordinate the false testimony of the corporeal senses to the facts of Science, we shall see this true likeness and reflection everywhere." Science and Health, p. 516;
The importance Mrs. Eddy attaches to the word "reflection" as illustrating man's relation to God may be gauged from the many times the word appears in her writings; certainly no word better expresses man's indissoluble unity with his creator. It is well to note that true reflection is a mental process, a spiritual activity taking place in divine Mind; it is not subject to the physical laws and limitations governing reflection as the term is applied to material objects.
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OLIVIA P. WHITTAKER
"Be kind to yourself"
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RUTH ROSBOROUGH LAROCCA
GARDNER L. TURNER
Christian Science and the Single Person
PAULINE CONSTANCE TRESSILIAN
Arrest That Thought!
JOYCE EILEEN SHAW
Spiritual Healing Is Not Miraculous
Alan A. Aylwin
Refuting the Evidence of the Senses
William Milford Correll
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Brian Morse with contributions from Jo Anne H. Morse
When I was a young girl, after my mother had passed on, my...
A verse in the Responsive Reading of a Lesson-Sermon in the...
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science
Leslie Anne McCarty
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 331 - Giving Children a Basis for Self-respect, Part I
Theodore Clapp with contributions from Florence Ludgate
Signs of the Times
Chester A. Pennington