Divine Principle, not astrology

A great deal of thought is given to the right of self-government and self-determination, both for peoples and for the individual. This goal often involves struggle.

Mrs. Eddy indicates true self-government when she writes, "Reflecting God's government, man is self-governed." Science and Health, p. 125. One endeavoring to be properly self-governed, that is, to obey the spiritual law embodied in the Ten Commandments and the Sermon on the Mount, may also feel involved in a struggle, for he has to free himself from material habits of thought and more clearly know himself as God's spiritual reflection. In this struggle, however, he is not alone, for God and His universal law of harmony are at work with him.

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