Inner conflicts, spiritual resolutions

Every battle to disarm sin brings victories we can build on.

To dramatize a point, television comedy shows often depict funny scenes of individuals arguing with themselves. While these antics are amusing at some level, I'd have to admit that I was a past master at this practice—though perhaps not so openly obvious.

In her book Unity of Good Mary Baker Eddy makes a comment about the more serious aspects of this mental activity. She writes, "If we observe our mental processes, we shall find that we are perpetually arguing with ourselves; yet each mortal is not two personalities, but one."

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