"Hast thou a friend, and forgettest...

"Hast thou a friend, and forgettest to be grateful?" This question posed by Mrs. Eddy (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 339) has prompted me to share some of the good I have derived from Christian Science.

While living in another city a few years ago, although in a home with people who loved me, I felt that I was alone and lonely. Constant questioning of everything and everyone in my experience led to indecision, frustration, and guilt. "Why," I would ask, for example, "is the world in such obvious distress?" I had few friends, and I was hypercritical of my work. As a result, my mentality was in an endless turmoil. I was at war, and I found no peace and no haven from it.

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