[Original in Spanish]

Overcoming the False Sense of Self

One of the hardest things for me to overcome in sincerely studying Christian Science was the human I. I was much pleased with what I thought was my perspicacity in realizing what people were thinking; especially at work. And since I believed myself to be very sincere, I confronted these people, criticizing them for their defects and intentions. This, in spite of the fact that Christ Jesus warns us, "Judge not, that ye be not judged." Matt. 7:1;

This critical disposition made me unhappy, however, since my human relationships were not cordial. Each time I had a misunderstanding with someone, whether with a family member, friend, or fellow worker, I suffered inharmonious conditions: weakness and sadness, throat irritation, and fever.

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