The truth of attraction

When we're working on something important—carrying out an obligation or responsibility—most of us have noticed that we can get distracted rather easily. Without really meaning to, we begin idly planning some minor project or social event rather than centering on the task at hand. Sometimes, of course, a momentary detour is harmless enough.

But distraction is less than helpful when we're praying, or studying Christian Science. One answer is to affirm that Spirit is the only attraction. Through spiritual understanding we can stop zigzagging—chasing rabbits—across the whole field of human consciousness as though we don't know where we're going.

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Peace to the world
April 9, 1979
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