Peeling off wrong labels

In every phase of our lives we're surrounded by labels—on our clothing, on the food we buy, on most of the products we purchase. And, more important, there are mental labels that we attach to our own or another's identity.

The concept we have of ourselves has a direct and significant influence on our life. Mrs. Eddy writes, "As a man thinketh, so is he." Science and Health, p. 166; Because the view we have of ourselves is so important, we need to be aware of the labels we are accepting as part of our identity.

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