A Helpful Experience

I was very much interested in an article in the Sentinel a few weeks in relation to reading the smaller works of Mrs. Eddy. While the writer truly said that our text-book was the "multum in parvo of our blessed faith," yet he thought that we should not neglect to read our Leader's other publications, and study them. That reminded me of an experience that I had after reading "Retrospection and Introspection," which I will relate, hoping it may help some one else.

A few years ago when the grip was prevalent here. I one night seemed suddenly to have a hard cold followed by fever, pain in every bone and in my head. I also had a sense of extreme weakness and breathed with difficulty. I did not mention my feelings to any one, but my refusing to eat anything and my apparently high fever and cough alarmed some of the family.

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