CONFIDENCE

On a very stormy, snowy day when road conditions were difficult a driver of a car glanced into his rear-view mirror and noticed his pet quietly sleeping, undisturbed by possible danger. As he thought about the dog's confidence in his care, the first stanza of the poem "Satisfied" (Poems by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 79) came to him,

"It matters not what be thy lot,So Love doth guide;For storm or shine, pure peace is thine,Whate'er betide."

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August 29, 1953
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