A Change of Employment

A change of employment calls first for a change of mind. It begins with a reassessment of what work really is, a scientific job analysis in which we evaluate our human talents and purposes as they relate to the divine scheme of things. Sometimes this involves a change of the human situation; always it calls for a shift of outlook, a reconception of the nature of work from a spiritual point of view. For the serious student of Christian Science, a change of employment means a change of attitude, a higher sense of dedication and direction. It is a transformation that originates in the heart and extends to the total compass of one's activity.

Our employment picture reflects the quality of our thinking. And when this picture is troubled, we need go no further than a spiritual revision of our thinking to set things straight.

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