At times we may ask ourselves, “What is my reason for existing?” While a biological or psychological model of life may prove unsatisfying, the spiritual view that Christian Science offers reveals a deeply meaningful answer to this question. From this spiritual perspective, we find that it is not about what we have, or what human opinions about us might suggest.
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