In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy...

In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy says (p. 402), "Man is indestructible and eternal," and she continues farther on: "In Science, no breakage nor dislocation can really occur. You say that accidents, injuries, and disease kill man, but this is not true. The life of man is Mind." I had an opportunity to prove these statements.

One Saturday evening in 1943, during the time I was serving as First Reader in a branch church, I was driving on a highway and was hit by an electric interurban freight engine, which was crossing the highway at this point. Instinctively and audibly I declared. "Nothing can take the life of man." I was rendered unconscious by the blow, but only for seconds. I had been going about twenty-five miles an hour, and the engineer thought his speed was about the same. My car was pushed back up the track about fifty feet.

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