Finding freedom from character flaws

If you’ve ever struggled with a bad character trait, you know that it can be a beast. Shakespeare called jealousy, for example, a green-eyed monster, and I was its unhappy prisoner until Christian Science released me. 

It can take work to stop believing that a character flaw is baked into who we are. Greed, envy, hatred, and pride are so prevalent in people and nations that we call them human nature. But is evil really our nature? What about the generosity of neighbor helping neighbor, the sacrifices people make for a cause, the decisions that guide individuals or nations to do the right thing? Actions such as these point to an underlying motivating goodness. As explained in Christian Science, this powerful good is God, the Soul of all that really exists. 

Expect God’s goodness . . . immediately!
October 11, 2021

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