'Being good' or being good?

As Christian Scientists, we readily agree that the universal laws of truth, revealed by Mary Baker Eddy’s discovery, are timeless. But do we also see the ways she guides us to and through these universal laws as equally timeless?

Take for instance a sentence plucked from her remarkable essay “Love” in Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896: “Love is not something put upon a shelf, to be taken down on rare occasions with sugar-tongs and laid on a rose-leaf” (p. 250).

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May 21, 2012
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