What governs our thinking?

For several days I had been sneezing and experiencing other annoying symptoms, but I had no idea what the problem was. Only when I heard a television weatherman discussing the high pollen count in the air and its effect upon people, did I realize what this claimed to be. I had heard the same individual describe this condition earlier, and I recalled my reaction at the time: irritation at having to hear it!

I knew better than that. I should have denied any reality to the condition the instant I heard of it. As a Christian Scientist I'd learned the value of correcting every thought with the truth of God's omnipotent goodness.

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