Overcoming "that tired feeling"

After all these years of conflict, during which most people have been working harder than they have ever done before, and under more difficult conditions, many more difficult conditions, many a man and woman may be tempted to exclaim, "I'm so tired," and by that very confession add to the burden of weariness.

Behind the sense of fatigue lurks the often unrecognized fear that if it continues long enough one may die of sheer exhaustion, or become so enfeebled as to be unable to resist an onslaught of illness. When one is tempted to yield to this depressing fear of overwork and weariness, Christian Science gives one fresh courage. Turning, as we are wont to do, to the Bible, we read of Moses, whose strength was undiminished by years, and whose faculties were unaffected by constant use. His work of leading the children of Israel out of bondage into the liberty of the promised land did not start until he was eighty.

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