Infinite supply and peace of Mind

In the financial services industry, the phrase “peace of mind” is used frequently. Most people view peace of mind as a goal—a state of human consciousness completely free of worry. It is usually believed to be the result of a favorable alignment of material circumstances, over which we may or may not have control. In the investment world, peace of mind is usually a promise of what can be delivered by a low-risk investment portfolio.

But as I looked at the phrase recently, it struck me that my definition is quite different from the norm. I’ve always read it as “peace of Mind.” Capitalizing the word Mind makes all the difference, for as Mary Baker Eddy explains in the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mind is a synonym for God. Rather than see peace of mind as an elusive goal to be achieved through material means, I see peace of Mind as the natural law of God, which brings about all good and meets every need.

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