One of the most powerful aspects of Christian Science is its profound simplicity. Unfortunately, we frequently lose sight of this simplicity, or obscure it, because in our human efforts to "learn" this Science, and to live it, we tend to picture it as a complex array of individual "truths" to be acquired and "mastered," rather than one integrated, seamless whole.
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