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How often people seem insensitive to our feelings! But while at first it may appear that an offense is imposed upon us from an outside source, actually we are capable of protecting ourselves from this type of suffering.
Let's consider the feelings that have allegedly been hurt. Our feelings are what we permit to abide in our conscious thought. We say, "I feel happy," "I feel sad," "I feel fearful," "I feel hopeful" —or even, "I feel awful." What we are actually saying is, "I'm accepting into my consciousness a sense of joy, agony, excitement, terror"—and so on.
VIRGINIA T. GUFFIN
The Answer to Despair
VIRGINIA L. SCOTT
Listen to the Secret Place
WILLIAM ROBERT SUDDABY
Knowing and Claiming Good
EDWIN ROBERT ALLEY
WHILE THE HEALING IS COMING TO PASS
What Kind of Peacemaker Am I?
JULIA IRENE FITZGERALD
Who Is My or Me?
ORLA R. EASTBURG
Challenging the Evidence of the Senses
Alan A. Aylwin
Destroying the Roots of Disease
When Christian Science found me, my husband and I had...
Margaret Maxson with contributions from William W. Maxson
I was brought up in an orthodox church, and there came a...
Ella M. Innes with contributions from Lena Robertson, Harold D. Robertson, Marie Brady, Ruth S. Starrett, Reuben W. Knutson, Frances E. Knutson
Signs of the Times
H. D. Marshall