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A Student of Christian Science was traveling by air from one city to another in Europe when some difficulty with the gears interfered with the steady progress of the plane. During quite a long period of rough flying there was much fear and confusion among the passengers.
The student held firmly to the fact that since God is all-harmonious action, there is no power to interfere with that divine action or cause delay or discomfort of any kind. As the plane made altitude and finally landed in safety at its destination, he was grateful for divine protection and the continued calm confidence and freedom from fear which he had known during those hours.
During the evening, some hours after the landing, the student became ill. A careful, but not unhappy, searching of his thinking disclosed that he had been mentally going back over the afternoon hours, remembering each detail, dramatizing and picturing the events, the confusion and fear of those on board, the rough flying, the unusual altitude, and so on.
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