A new view of the world

“How do you See the World?” a new interactive experience at the Christian Science Plaza in Boston (see below), offers visitors a fresh view of the world. It can be as simple—and profound—as recognizing that we can participate in humanity’s progress through our own thoughts and actions. 

Wanting to make a difference for humankind is more than a positive outlook on the world. It’s the result of the spiritual impulse in human consciousness called the Christ. Listen to the exhibits’ stories of people helping their neighbors, and you’ll see the Christ working today in the hearts and minds of people around the globe. This forever divine influence is the godliness that was in Christ Jesus, whose healing mission was to remove the sins and sorrows of the world.

Jesus presented Christ by living what he identified as the two greatest commandments: to love God above all else and to love our neighbor as ourselves (see Mark 12:28–31). We, too, have a moment-by-moment opportunity to respond to Christ in us. Every time love, unselfishness, justice, or goodness overcomes a problem or calms a conflict, we understand better what Jesus knew—that God, good, embraces and governs us and our neighbors. 

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