How grateful we should be to...

How grateful we should be to Mrs. Eddy for having the persistent courage and sufficient desire, in spite of all the obstacles facing her, to demonstrate her discovery of Christian Science so thoroughly that nothing can prevent us from understanding and proving this Science in our everyday experience.

In 1946 circumstances took us about fifty miles from our home, where we were faced with the imperative need of finding a place to live. We were able to rent living quarters with friends for no longer than two weeks. Material evidence suggested that I was indeed in a difficult spot. It was evident that houses were exceedingly scarce and at prices above normal value. But I had gained a great sense of mental freedom during the previous five months, which I had spent away from Toronto, which had been my home for more than fifty years. I had discovered that a Christian Scientist is needed wherever he may be and can always render help. So I was now ready to live wherever I was led, and it was my job to know that God was leading me. But it was not easy.

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