Minding Our Business

"Much of what we hear is clearly our business." These words by an earnest worker in the Christian Science movement came helpfully to the writer's thought while she was employed in a busy bookstore.

At the Christmas holiday season working schedules were increased as demands grew heavier. The manager expressed the fear that she would come down with influenza and that it would be followed by pneumonia. Other employees predicted that a new addition to the store would not be completed on time. And it was the consensus among neighboring merchants that a newly opened shopping center in the area would take away much of their revenue.

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April 15, 1967
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