A real find

It used to be that whenever I lost something and couldn't find it after a cursory search, I would replace it if I could afford to, or go without as a kind of punishment for my carelessness. I accepted loss as inevitable.

But when I became a student of Christian Science—a student of the divine laws that produce harmony—I knew that when I thought I'd "lost" something, what I really needed to find was more about God and my relation to Him. I needed to look deeper, beyond the physical picture, into the nature of good and its source.

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