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THE UNIVERSAL AVAILABILITY OF GOOD

From the September 1943 issue of The Christian Science Journal


Because the world has believed that good consists largely of material possessions and resources owned, to a great extent, by certain favored persons, groups, and nations, and has believed this supply of good to be limited, some peoples and nations have sought to seize from others, by force of arms, what they want of the world's goods, thus precipitating a titanic struggle for control and possession of the earth and its resources. When the true nature of good is discerned, and seen to consist of the infinite and exhaustless heritage of spiritual ideas universally available to all, there will no longer exist any cause or basis for lack, covetousness, or strife, and the real foundation for enduring peace and abundance will have been permanently laid.