Give up clams?

I worked for the Belmont (Mass.) Citizen. Each week on the day when the paper was printed, our boss would take me and another woman who worked on the layout and proofing to lunch at a little restaurant near the printing plant.

One week, as I ordered fried clams, the other woman said that she couldn't eat seafood because it made her sick. I didn't pay much attention to her words, but shortly after lunch I began to feel very sick. I started praying to understand that I was not subject to the dictates of a material body, because I was the harmonious likeness of an always harmonious God—spiritual.

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