In February, 1969, I had driven about four hundred miles of a...

In February, 1969, I had driven about four hundred miles of a five-thousand-mile business trip and was staying with my nephew's family in a West Coast city. My hosts were refurbishing their house and had not laid the stair covering. On the second day of my visit, unknown to me, my niece waxed the hardwood stairs, making them very slick.

Early the next morning I was descending the stairs when suddenly both feet slipped so that I fell very hard, the rib portion of my back hitting the edge of a step. Even though quite stunned, I knew that I must take a radical stand for the truth that man is spiritual and that, as Mary Baker Eddy states, "Under divine Providence there can be no accidents, since there is no room for imperfection in perfection" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 424).

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