ACCIDENTS

Within four months I have demonstrated three times that the above word has no place in the vocabulary of a Christian Scientist.

1. While trimming the stems of some daisies last June the knife slipped and cut deeply into my right thumb, which began to bleed freely. I tore off a bit of wrapping paper, pressed it against the cut, and then turned my thought from it by realizing the Truth. The bleeding stopped almost at once. The next day there was not a particle of the inevitable soreness which used to follow such wounds, and I was neither prevented from, nor inconvenienced in writing, of which I have considerable to do. All false appearances disappeared in a week, leaving no scar.

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