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Standing with Principle
One visitor to the Reading Room appeared quite distressed on entering and immediately told the librarian the following story of unhappy events which had occurred in her business office that morning. For many years she had served her employer faithfully in a responsible position, but suddenly she had been accused of doing something she did not do. The attack was so sudden and vehement that she was taken by surprise and had sharply declared that the accusation was groundless and she innocent. Her reply to her superior was considered by him to be impertinent, and he told her that she would have to leave that employment at the end of the week.
As she talked with the woman, the librarian recognized her sincerity and honesty and encouraged her to take her stand with divine Principle, God. The visitor went into the study room to do some metaphysical work on the problem. In about fifteen minutes she came out, saying, "I feel quite free and happy now, for I see clearly that divine Mind is the Mind of each and all; therefore, justice prevails."
MARY PRIDE MC LAREN
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HAROLD C. LEWIS
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Rosa M. Turner
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Marion Alice Bowers
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