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In the Christian Science Bible Lesson

What do you see?

For the Lesson titled “Reality” from March 24-30, 2014

From the March 24, 2014 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel

As children, my sister and I would lie on the grass, look up at the night sky, and ask each other, “What do you see?” At first we saw the typical constellations: the Little Dipper; Big Dipper; Leo, the Lion. Then we’d giggle and point to the sky again, as it suddenly seemed there was so much more before us—wild animals, paths to rainbows, weeping willow trees, etc.

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