Soaring in 2017 - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor
Spiritual vision – and holding to that vision – is the key to progress.
My plane had left the gate and was taxiing to the runway, passing row after row of other jetliners preparing for takeoff. Looking out the window, I was impressed by their massive engines and wingspans. I couldn’t help but think of the Wright Brothers’ first engine-powered flight on Dec. 17, 1903. The record-setting flight that day lasted a mere 59 seconds – but it opened the door to the amazing future of human flight. The Wright Brothers held steadfastly to a vision of what was possible. As this new year begins, perhaps that can inspire each of us to ask what kind of vision we can hold to that will best promote progress and spiritual growth. Read more.
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