Rectifying Mistakes

It's been said that to err is human. All of us have made mistakes of one kind or another. Experience may have taught us that either we can learn from our mistakes—and so redeem them to some extent—or merely suffer from them. Most wise people would agree that if we're willing enough we can learn useful lessons from past misdeeds and so minimize future mistakes.

But Christian Science teaches a far larger lesson. Mary Baker Eddy explains that "omnipotent and infinite Mind made all and includes all. This Mind does not make mistakes and subsequently correct them." Science and Health, p. 206;

June 16, 1973
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