Let me forget me

"Would existence without personal friends be to you a blank?" (Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health, p. 266). I read this one morning and slammed the book shut. "A blank." How exactly that described my situation! I felt that I could jump into the ocean and no one would care.

I was working in a department store and living alone in a hotel room in a city away from my family. Often I was overcome with self-pity and unhappiness, longing to be married and to be loved.

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