Decisions, decisions

Oh, to make decisions wisely and expeditiously instead of being buffeted by pros and cons—instead of being subject to indecision, frustration, vacillation, procrastination. Have we not all been down this road?

Christian Science charts a better way. It contends that the doubts, fears, inadequacies, that sometimes confuse one in making decisions are the result of the concept of oneself as a mortal with a mind of his own, from which proceeds a limited intelligence. Christian Science disproves this false concept of man and confirms the scriptural statement that man is the image and likeness of God. As such, man reflects all the qualities of God, one of which is eternal, unlimited intelligence.

Glimpsing man's real identity as the reflection or expression of divine omniscience exposes the fallacy of a personal, burdensome sense of responsibility in making decisions.

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March 21, 1983

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