'WE WILL HELP EACH OTHER'

It was just a routine trip to the nursery. I didn't expect a life-altering experience. So many things to do—and, well, getting wood chips for the yard seemed like the least taxing job on my list. So off I went, barreling down the highway, feeling a little scattered, a bit guilty—because there were other things that seemed more important, more pressing.

My real need was to put on the brakes, pause, pray, listen for God's tender guidance. There's a great line from Science and Health about this approach: "Beholding the infinite tasks of truth, we pause,—wait on God. Then we push onward, until boundless thought walks enraptured, and conception unconfined is winged to reach the divine glory" (p. 323).

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