Evil's Name Isn't Joe

It is a common tendency, when something goes wrong, merely to fasten the blame on someone. Then we may say, "I knew Joe was headed for trouble" or "I blame his parents!" But this is little comfort or help to Joe, and nothing is really solved.

In the study of Christian Science one learns that evil is never the reality it would claim to be, nor is it a person. And our thinking concerning good and evil is important; the quality of our experience largely depends upon it.

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