"OUR DAILY BREAD"

While reading in the first epistle of John, the writer came across the familiar verse: "Let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth;" and was reminded of an experience which not only proved the practicability of the above Scripture, but also showed her that "whatever blesses one blesses all" (Science and Health, p. 206).

One evening, after having suffered all day from a sense of physical inharmony, as I got on the car to go home I was rejoicing that at last I would be alone and have the opportunity to realize the truth about my seemingly inharmonious condition. I did declare the truth as we are taught in Christian Science, but seemed to get no benefit. There was a great sense of confusion on the car, people were coughing and babies crying, and at first it annoyed me, for I had so wanted to be where all was quiet.

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