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The true model of your identity

From the May 2022 issue of The Christian Science Journal

When a museum conservator is restoring a broken artifact—say, a marble statue that is missing a body part—he or she first has to consider what the entire artifact originally looked like. The wholeness of the original statue is the model, and before starting the restoration, the conservator must first perceive this form clearly in thought.