Too many problems?

No list of troubles is too long to take to God.

One of my favorite childhood toys was a kaleidoscope. I still remember looking through the hole at the end of the cardboard tube and being amazed at how, with each turn of the casing at the other end, a different pattern of colors would appear. Some were pretty and some were not. But they were all the result of that same bit of stuff going around and around.

I was reminded of this one day as I sat down at my desk. I had a whole list of problems I was facing, and initially they seemed overwhelming. Then I thought of these words: "Evil is neither quality nor quantity: it is not intelligence, a person or a principle, a man or a woman, a place or a thing, and God never made it" (Message to The Mother Church for 1901, Mary Baker Eddy, pp. 12–13).

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