Starting my day right

Morning need not be a dreary, bleary-eyed affair. One does not have to drag himself out of bed at the last moment, dress hurriedly, gulp down breakfast, and rush to work in a mental fog, feeling totally unready. There is a better way!

I found this out when I first entered the business world after some years of staying at home with my child. I was overwhelmed by my new schedule and barely able to cope. Arriving at the office mentally unprepared, I found that things did not always go well. I had been accustomed to having plenty of time in the morning for prayer and study of that week's Bible Lesson in the Christian Science Quarterly.

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Give way to right
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