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Home Is Where We Are
A woman who had just moved into a nursing home was asked, "Where is your home?" She thought for a moment and then replied, "My home is where I am!" She apparently realized that home is not just a material place, but a mental concept that we take with us wherever we go.
The teachings of Christian Science show us that our real home is not dependent on mortal relationships, nor is it a three-dimensional structure furnished with material possessions. It is a purely spiritual habitation, the consciousness of our oneness with infinite Mind, God. Home is the unfoldment within individual consciousness of the presence of God, man's divine Parent, who expresses unceasing love for His children. Mrs. Eddy explains, "The real house in which 'we live, and move, and have our being' is Spirit, God, the eternal harmony of infinite Soul." Pulpit and Press, p. 2; Man, the perfect likeness of God, can never be separated from God, any more than an image in a mirror can be separated from its original. Man, who is God's image, dwells with Him and reflects Him forever. The Psalmist said, "Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations." Ps. 90:1;
Improved but Not Solved?
JOANNE SHRIVER LEEDOM
Opportunities for Prayer
REMINGTON EDWARDS TWITCHELL
Seeing Good Is Good Seeing
SARA VELTMAN TUCKER
Are You a Calm Producer?
GLENN M. LINDEN
Home Is Where We Are
JULIA IRENE FITZGERALD
God's Law of Unchanging Good
PATRICIA JOAN WOLF
Charlotte H. Cass
Nothing but Good
Priscilla W. Heffernan (written at age 8)
Eleanor Young Clapp
Energy: The Spiritual Solution
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
A Look at the Fifth Commandment
I am very thankful to have been a pupil in a Christian Science Sunday School...
Iva E. Okesson with contributions from Barbara Ruth Brown, William Brown
About two years ago I awakened at six in the morning and found...
Minerva S. Rubin with contributions from Candice C. Van Vleck, Michael Van Vleck
Letters to the Press
with contributions from Frau, Edith Schnewlin-Nobs