[Original in German]

It was the day before my flight home after a thoroughly successful...

It was the day before my flight home after a thoroughly successful and harmonious stay abroad. Friends had invited me to a farewell dinner, and I was looking forward to it very much. A friend and I were just leaving to go to the dinner when, in backing up the car, my companion turned around sharply. Since I had leaned forward slightly on the passenger seat, he accidentally knocked a hole in the left lens of my glasses with a large signet ring he wore on his right hand.

Tiny glass splinters got into my eye; it hurt, and I could hardly see. Almost immediately, though, the thought came to me, "Nothing inharmonious can enter being." This is part of a sentence from Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy that states, "The transmission of disease or of certain idiosyncrasies of mortal mind would be impossible if this great fact of being were learned,—namely, that nothing inharmonious can enter being, for Life is God."

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