ONE of the hampering beliefs sometimes held by persons who are seeking employment, or contemplating a change of occupation, is that they should have to continue in work of the same general character as that in which they have been engaged, and for which they may have been especially qualified by training or experience. This sense of limitation usually presupposes another and more deep-seated belief, namely, that one's ability is dependent upon an intelligence all one's own, a belief which implies the existence of a mind apart from and independent of the one infinite divine Mind, God.
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