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From the August 1957 issue of The Christian Science Journal

How often do we think and say that there is nothing external to consciousness? But have we really begun to plumb the depth of meaning, the practical import, of this fact to our own lives and to the well-being of the world? Really to know that God, divine Mind, is the only true consciousness and that Mind includes all knowledge, all presence, all substance, and law would render comparatively simple our solving of the problems that challenge our understanding and faith in good. For, says Mary Baker Eddy of human experience ( Unity of Good, p.