Waking up to priorities

Late one morning, as my wife and I were about to check out of a hotel room in New York, it looked as if there were just too many things to do at once and too little time in which to do them. And my wife had suddenly become painfully ill. As we reached out to God a strong sense of peace came to thought, and soon afterward a clear line of spiritual reasoning about the safety and well-being of man in God's care. This led to increasingly strong affirmations of what we could then really begin to feel—the governing presence of divine goodness. It led also to the convinced denial that sickness, clashing circumstances, and "unfortunate" happenings had any place at all in a universe governed solely by divine Principle, God.

Within the half-hour my wife said she was well. We continued to make all the necessary arrangements for leaving and for a meeting that afternoon. We were soon on our way.

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