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When you're young, it's normal to grow out of your clothes and shoes. Your body gets taller and heavier without much effort on your part.
At the same time, you grow mentally. You get to know more about people and things and learn how to live comfortably with them. You become wiser and find out how to deal with situations in a sensible way. But that kind of mental growing takes some effort on your part. If you're going to make a success of it, you have to be willing to learn, and usually the more you take an interest in the world and try to find out about it, the more you grow mentally and get to understand what's going on around you, and what you should do.
Then, there's spiritual growing, and that's a very important kind of growing—the most important of all. We need to think a lot about this because we never can be truly happy or successful unless we grow spiritually. And people don't always find this easy to do.
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Healing Truth for All People
FRANCIS WILLIAM COUSINS
Watching Our Moments Brings Healing
ALMA A. KONIGSLOW
NOT SIZE BUT TENSE
Marion H. Black
The Understanding and Demonstration of True Substance
MADELINE KEENE WOOD
Witchcraft Has No Power
What's Your Motive?
HELEN R. CONROYD
I ASKED MYSELF
Susan M. Schmeltz
Stay Close to the Light
Katherine S. Whitney
No Little Foxes
Lilian C. Davis
Patrick's New Home
Diane M. Light
Where Is God?
A GREAT ROCK IN A WEARY LAND
Refusing Identity to Disease
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
I'm twelve years old and was born into a family of Christian Scientists
Carmen Vera dos Reis Guagliardo with contributions from Vera dos Reis Guagliardo
Before attending the Christian Science Sunday School, when I...
Jose Romero with contributions from George Romero
I had an experience that brought me back into the study of...
Luther Edward Gribble
I wish to express my deepest gratitude for the gift of God,...
Nicholas D. Udall with contributions from Virginia L. Hoffman