Keeping Good in Sight

Have you ever looked straight at an object and not seen it? I have. When I have been looking for something, I have sometimes overlooked it, gone away, returned, then looked again, only to see it where I had already looked. This seems to indicate that it takes more than the organic eye actually to see. But there is more to this enigma.

Christian Science shows that what we think we see as a material object is really a mental concept. Seeing is, in fact, wholly mental. Mrs. Eddy writes, "Mortal mind sees what it believes as certainly as it believes what it sees." Science and Health, p. 86;

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