"Remember who you are"

Knowing who we are in relationship to God is the key to safety and harmony wherever we go.

When I first received my driver's license and started driving across town to college, my mother would stand by the driveway, wave goodbye to me, and say, "Remember who you are."

I knew full well what those four words meant. I loved to hear my mother say them. It sent me off with such a feeling of security and joy. Those words reminded me what my true identity is. That I am a child of God, as the Bible and Christian Science teach. That as a child of God I am always in my right place, under His care, continuously watched over, never outside of His presence. And that therefore nothing can harm me.

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