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From the July 1960 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Spirit, God, is omnipresent. In Spirit there is no matter or mortal mind and hence no laws of limitation. Illimitable good is coextensive with God's universal kingdom. God's ideas do not need to await the receipt of goodness. They include by reflection all the attributes of infinite being. It is from this premise that Christian Science demonstrates perfection in the lives of men. The understanding of ever-present harmony operates to wipe out of consciousness, and hence out of bodily experience, diseases and discords which have been accepted by humanity as occurring or recurring.

Although men have accepted physical limitations as normal, they are constantly striving to overcome them. Many limits have already been broken. By means of radio, earthly communication is now almost immediate. But in Spirit that word "almost" does not exist. Nothing really exists which can interfere with God's continuous and complete ever-presence.

Man dwells instantly and entirely in God. It is of no importance where, in belief, mortal mind may place man. In Science, man is never absent from God or from His goodness.

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