Are you ever influenced by what is not true? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is a regular contributor to the Vancouver Courier and wrote a thoughtful article on how to defend ourselves against wrong influences. Anna writes:
The time for thinkers has come.” So, wrote Mary Baker Eddy in her book on Christianity and healing, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Throughout the book, Eddy challenges the reader to consider the nature of thought. She asks, “Are thoughts human or divine?” We might then ask: “And, how do we know the difference?” Eddy points out that human thought is erring, often hindering or doing more harm than good. Her own research and discoveries about the nature of human thinking and the difference between the human brain and divine Mind (God) follow the teachings of both Jesus and then St. Paul – who said, “Let this mind be in you that was also in Christ Jesus.”
Read more from Anna Bowness-Park’s blog.