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One of the lessons a writer learns early in the practice of his craft is to use words that stress action, whenever appropriate. Don't write, "Bill came into the room," we are told. Instead write, "Bill raced in." Show action.
We often think of action only as physical exertion—activity that can lead to weariness. Yet in Science and Health Mrs. Eddy says, "God rests in action." Science and Health, p. 519;
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