Destroying the tyranny of time

In our fast-paced world, time can often seem a tyrant. Must we constantly be harassed by its endless pressures?

Mrs. Eddy defines "time" in the Glossary of Science and Health as "mortal measurements; limits, in which are summed up all human acts, thoughts, beliefs, opinions, knowledge; matter; error; that which begins before, and continues after, what is termed death, until the mortal disappears and spiritual perfection appears." Science and Health, p. 595. Time, then, as a human measurement has no essential reality and therefore no actual power or effect.

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