Intelligence Does Not Fret

ONE who was working to overcome what seemed to be a serious trouble came across this quotation from The Christian Science Monitor: "There is one sin which seems to be everywhere, and by everybody is underestimated, and too much overlooked in valuation of character. It is the sin of fretting. (Helen Hunt)." The student then asked herself, Am I really declaring the truth about this situation, or am I just fretting about the error?

Turning to the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, she found most satisfying instruction (p. 370): "To be immortal, we must forsake the mortal sense of things, turn from the lie of false belief to Truth, and gather the facts of being from the divine Mind."

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