Learning as a child

A child tends to come to each new lesson with a clean slate—fresh and ready to learn. Watching young children gives us a glimpse of how much potential is ours. When it comes to learning the spiritual concepts taught in Christian Science, we learn eagerly by becoming childlike. 

Childlikeness, which is not anything like childishness, embraces an almost uncountable number of strong qualities. They include purity, faith in God, humility, innocence, trust, and a love for good that includes a natural rejection of wrong. Above all, children are teachable. 

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September 29, 2014
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