The Importance of Spiritual-mindedness

One night recently as I walked rapidly toward a neighbor's house to transact some business, I slipped and fell, landing heavily on one wrist. I had stepped on an unseen icy area on the dark sidewalk.

Instantly I began to declare vehemently—and aloud, since no one was present—the allness of Spirit, God; the utter unreality of matter, material structure, and material law; and my consequent absolute perfection as a wholly spiritual idea. I went on to affirm the total impossibility of my being subject to a material law of injury or touched in any way by accident.

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