Spirituality: Some Questions and Answers

Spirituality opens up to us a whole fresh, lively range and variety of intelligent ideas relating to life and being. It plays light upon our real individuality as Soul's expression.

To be spiritually-minded means to question and get above the assumptions of a purely materialistic life view and to live in a way that evidences enduring—that is to say, eternal and God-expressing—values.

Is it worth it? "Mortals must gravitate Godward," Mary Baker Eddy writes, "their affections and aims grow spiritual,—they must near the broader interpretations of being, and gain some proper sense of the infinite,—in order that sin and mortality may be put off." Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 265;

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Family Prayers
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