All Space Is Filled with Good

In the study of Christian Science everyday life provides food for thought, study, and progress. Often a small event sows the tiny seed of Truth, which—if cultivated—will grow into a sturdy tree of spiritual understanding. Small happenings can teach big lessons. In my own experience one such small, insignificant event, which took place not so long ago, opened up for me a new vista of good's omnipresence.

I was put in charge of a lively shepherd dog that was to spend eight days alone in a friend's living room. I went to see Penny as often as possible to keep her out of mischief, and I took her for a walk twice a day. Then a snowstorm was predicted by the weather bureau, and I thought, "Do I have to take that bundle of pent-up energy through the snow and on slippery sidewalks?"

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