Beyond the 'usual steps'

In her book The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany Mary Baker Eddy writes: “As an active portion of one stupendous whole, goodness identifies man with universal good. Thus may each member of this church rise above the oft-repeated inquiry, What am I? to the scientific response: I am able to impart truth, health, and happiness, and this is my rock of salvation and my reason for existing” (p. 165).”

That statement came to mean a lot to me about a year ago when I felt that I was just coasting through my work in search of a truly satisfying career. After much prayer, I left the company that had been my home for 25 years to seek employment elsewhere.

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