Drudgery

One morning, while doing some work which I considered drudgery, I found relief from pain and weariness in this thought, "Whatever it is your duty to do, can be done without harm to yourself" (Science and Health, p. 384).

As I went with grateful heart about my work this sentence came to me from "Retrospection and Introspection," p. 36, "He must be ours practically, guiding our every thought and action; else we cannot understand the omnipresence of Good sufficiently to demonstrate, even in part, the Science of the perfect Mind and divine healing."

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