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The True View of Life
Do you feel that life is closing in on you? Have you accepted the belief that circumstances have somehow got you trapped? These feelings are not uncommon. In fact, probably most of us have at some time succumbed to such depressing suggestions. There is, however, absolutely no reason why we should accept these arguments as true. Although the thought may at first seem surprising, all we need to do is change our viewpoint.
If we examine the concept of life and circumstances just referred to, we will probably find that they are based entirely on a material view of things. According to the teachings of Christian Science, the material view of life is always erroneous. In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy writes: "If life were in mortal man or material things, it would be subject to their limitations and would end in death. Life is Mind, the creator reflected in His creations." Science and Health, p. 331; It is vitally important to human happiness and fulfillment that we regard everything from this spiritual viewpoint. The only way of escape from the treadmill of mortal existence is through discovery of the true view that man is not material but spiritual.
Intelligence Conquers Inflation
Accepting God as Our Physician
MARJORIE SUZANNE WENDLER
The True View of Life
STANLEY JOHN YORK
The Horeb Height
JEAN M. SNYDER
Lean on God
JUANITA WILLIAMS GARDNER
God's Perfect Child
HELEN L. CONNELLY
Margaret M. N. Higson
The Sign of the Cross and the Crown
JIMMY J. VAKIL
Important Notice to All Members of The Mother Church
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Color: Where We Are
Carl J. Welz
Tapping the Energies of Mind
Alan A. Aylwin
Christian Science has helped me on many occasions, in sickness...
Judith Caselani with contributions from Edy Caselani Meirelles
Christian Science was introduced to me about twenty years ago...
John Cotton with contributions from Lucille R. Neff
I feel very fortunate in having had the privilege as a child and as...
Frank R. Wilson with contributions from Eileen T. White
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Louis Cassels, K. Belmont Metzger