The Answer to Pornography

"What can I do about pornography?"

Many people are asking themselves this question as they become aware that the problem is increasing. They recognize pornography as a form of moral pollution that through books, pictures, and other media attempts to make the obscene and licentious appear attractive and enjoyable.

Sensualism in any form has never brought lasting happiness. The pursuit of merely sensual pleasures degrades and debilitates. History records many examples of men and nations that suffered and declined through sensual indulgence. Mrs. Eddy writes in Science and Health, "Sensualism is not bliss, but bondage." Science and Health, p. 337;

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Keeping Calm
January 22, 1972

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