The Christian Science Sentinel Online posted an article this week by Evan Mehlenbacher titled, Leveling wealth with honesty. The article discusses how wealth is measured:
Mary Baker Eddy had a clear sense of true wealth when she wrote, “Break up cliques, level wealth with honesty, let worth be judged according to wisdom, and we get better views of humanity” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 239). Her instruction to “level wealth with honesty” reveals a moral and spiritual dimension to wealth. As Christian Science explains, real substance, or wealth that endures, is Spirit, God, not matter. “Spirit is the real and eternal; matter is the unreal and temporal” (Science and Health, p. 468). Real wealth is spiritual. It lasts forever. It’s not based in material things, all of which have an expiration date, but in spiritual substance—in things such as love, generosity, goodness, and Spirit-based health and happiness—which is ever present to bless, inspire, and enrich. When we honestly accept a spiritual sense of what constitutes real wealth, we can find and experience it, whether we have money or not…
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