Satisfying our curiosity—spiritually

In hunting emu, Australian aborigines exploited the curiosity of those large birds. The hunter, concealed, would wave some object tantalizingly until the emu came close to see what was going on.

Curbing our own merely material curiosity, we help protect ourselves and our demonstration from the distractions and destructiveness of material thought, or mortal mind. What we need is a spiritually consuming curiosity—rather, an urgent hungering—for the deeper meanings of divine Science. This kind of questioning and longing, exercising our spiritual sense, satisfies us in a unique way. It leads us to live more constructively, and lovingly, and it hastens our progress Spiritward.

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