Always enough Spirit for us to rise up and live

Most of us have read accounts of the triumph of what is called the human spirit. These extremely moving reports may tell of survival or of surmounting great odds in "ordinary" life. But they usually bring out in us an upwelling of our own love and a desire to live with much more spirit ourselves. They make us feel how deeply we care about the fulfilling of life and goodness for everyone.

To those who are studying Christian Science, the importance of spirit, or inspiration, is without question. They know that the spirit of Christ, which illumines responsive thought, makes the difference between illness and health, between preoccupation with self and freedom to love.

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