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"Accidents are unknown to God, or immortal Mind, and we...
"Accidents are unknown to God, or immortal Mind, and we must leave the mortal basis of belief and unite with the one Mind, in order to change the notion of chance to the proper sense of God's unerring direction and thus bring out harmony" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 424). These were the first words a Christian Science practitioner said to me a few days before Christmas, after I had tripped and fallen heavily onto the pavement, hurting my right arm and leg.
I managed to walk home, but shortly afterwards was taken to the local hospital, where X-rays showed I had severely broken the arm in two places. There was also muscle damage. An operation was to be done the same day, in which wires and pegs would be put into the arm to pull it together.
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