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    I love the definition of Mind in this week’s lesson, that starts out: “Mind. The only I, or Us ; …” I don’t think I really zeroed in on it before!

    To me it is so comforting to be an idea of Mind, and part of “the only I, or Us”! It includes everyone.

    The definition of Mind continues, “…not that which is in man, but the divine Principle, or God, of whom man is the full and perfect expression;”

    If we are the “full and perfect expression” of God, isn’t that just wonderful, and enough? I find it dangerous to think of oneself as having a grey-matter brain with a human mind to manage and worry about–so I refuse to go there. I find it very liberating to see myself–as well as everyone else–as an idea of Mind. What a revolutionary concept– and I’m so grateful for Mary Baker Eddy for bringing Christian Science to mankind.

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