Arresting in both its simplicity and its profundity is the statement by Mary Baker Eddy in her book "Unity of Good".
Many individuals are alarmed by the increase of accidents in this confused period of postwar adjustment.
Moment of peace, glimpse of eternity,This is the fruit of being one with Thee.
When we read in the twenty-first chapter of the Apocalypse, that incomparable description of the holy city, the New Jerusalem, the city that lieth foursquare, we may be tempted to think of it as a distant place, which, while surpassingly desirable, is not attainable by us at our present point of progress.
In "Unity of Good" Mary Baker Eddy says.
Though there are diversities of opinion as to ways and means of eliminating human troubles and healing sickness, there is general agreement among men that the center of trouble is the human body and mind, in other words, that it is the human personality, It has therefore seemed reasonable to treat this body for sickness and to try to readjust the surrounding conditions which affect the human personality in order to eliminate trouble.