Eliminating fatigue

Hurry! Hurry! So many things to do ... people to see ... places to go. This has to be one of the world's siren songs. I've listened to its tune and even danced to its beat. And the consequence of such surrender is often fatigue.

Like many people I had more than one job. There were my home and children, my career, important church work, besides other worthwhile activities. I was going in circles, meeting myself going and coming. This statement from Mrs. Eddy's Miscellaneous Writings applied to me, I knew: "Rushing around smartly is no proof of accomplishing much." Mis., p. 230. Soon I had to face the problem of chronic fatigue.

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