We Don't Have to Forget

People sometimes accept the belief that they can't remember things, or that they're growing older and are bound to have some problem with failing memory. There is no necessity, however, for unpleasant and embarrassing forgetfulness; for, as Christian Science explains, there is no law of God to support it.

Mrs. Eddy writes: "If delusion says, 'I have lost my memory,' contradict it. No faculty of Mind is lost " Science and Health, p. 407;

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