The cup we drink—filled with inspiration

Human life may seem to be a series of problems strung together with periods of temporary betterment. But when we find Christian Science, things begin to look up; we have convincing healings; fears and doubts are conquered. There may come a time, however, when we begin to feel dissatisfied. Maybe we have unmet problems. Something is missing, and we begin to wonder what it is.

It could be that our expectations are too low. We may be looking at Science as merely a means of getting human improvements. Honest self-examination might show that our primary thrust has not been the seeking of Truth and the desire to demonstrate its fullest potential. When, either through God-provided uplift of thought or through suffering, we finally become ready to humbly yield to Truth, we then find that our real desire is to know spiritual reality and that our real will is to sacrifice mistaken beliefs and carnal attachments in order to attain it.

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