Discouraged? Consider "Slow and Go"!

It's hard to be grateful when one is crawling along a packed four-lane expressway, with cars stretched as far as the eye can see. The impatient urge is to step on the accelerator and move. Recently I heard over my car radio a traffic report on the highway I was traveling: "Slow and go, no tie-ups, no accidents." At once I began to appreciate the orderly forward motion of those many cars. At least we were moving!

Gratitude is a primary requisite. In some respects dealing with a traffic jam can be likened to our progress in Christian Science in meeting a challenge that seems prolonged.

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OF SEEKING AND FINDING
April 30, 1977
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