A simplicity that is wise

It's probably a good idea to get beyond a superficial sense of what is new and what is old. We also need to be more discerning about what is sophisticated and what is simple.

In a time of incredibly complex medical machinery and techniques, for example, the practice of Christian Science healing through spiritual means might seem to some too simple in its approach. A compassionate heart might fear that nothing substantial is going on, that no action is being taken, if it isn't complicated and visible. (A harder heart might scorn spiritual things as having no practicality at all.)

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