Can we improve our memory?—Yes!

Should age be synonymous with failing memory? Absolutely not! Our progress should be synonymous with wisdom, insight, deeper perceptions, full recall, and sturdiness of thought.

Man isn't a mortal—young or old. He isn't an aging person with a good memory or a bad one. Man is truly God's ageless, impeccable idea. His faculties are totally spiritual, unimpairable, and so forever active.

But what if you encounter a mental block and say, "I can't remember"? In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy counsels: "If delusion says, 'I have lost my memory,' contradict it. No faculty of Mind is lost. In Science, all being is eternal, spiritual, perfect, harmonious in every action." Science and Health, p. 407.

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