EACH student of Christian Science should ask himself occasionally, What is my attitude toward this Science of Christianity? If one regards Science solely as a means by which human desires can be satisfied, he is far from being a genuine Christian Scientist. If one's attitude toward it is mainly a selfish one, that is, if his aim is simply to further his own human interests, he has failed to understand this Science.
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