Spiritual regeneration wins the highest goals

At one time in my business career when I was directing a building company, I was often under pressure to undertake and complete contracts within time limits. I sometimes grew impatient and critical of craftsmen's efforts and output and resentful of their indifference to management problems. At that time I was still comparatively young in my understanding of Christian Science and did not always deal with impatience and resentment as I should have.

One day while I was visiting a building site, a minute particle of stone flew off a mason's chisel and struck me in the eye. When I got home that evening, I could see the stone fragment embedded in my eye. The eye was sensitive and painful, and although I prayed about it, for about two days I was unable to sleep or rest.

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