While we know there are in reality no accidents, no sin,...

While we know there are in reality no accidents, no sin, and no sickness, we are prone, at times, to allow so-called mortal mind to lead us away — at least, temporarily — from right thinking. An instance of this occurred to me while I was on government work in Texas in 1934.

On a Friday morning. when getting out of the bath tub, I slipped and crashed my right side against the tub. The pain was intense, but I remembered Mrs. Eddy's words (Science and Health, p. 130), "Christian Science, properly understood, would disabuse the human mind of material beliefs which war against spiritual facts; and these material beliefs must be denied and cast out to make place for truth." I immediately began to know the truth, and in a very short time was able to get out of the tub and dress, preparatory to going about my daily work.

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