Press the reset button

At our family’s Thanksgiving holiday gatherings, we select a topic as the focus of our gratitude. One year the topic was “family.” One person said he was most grateful for family because it allows us to “press the reset button”—to forgive and forget one another’s mistakes, shortcomings, and offenses. Once again, we feel our wholeness and innocence and our belonging in the family.  

His words continue to resonate with me, and have prompted me to think more deeply about what it means to “reset” in terms of the practice of Christian Science.

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