MORE THAN MUSCLE POWER

HERE IN THE UNITED STATES, thousands of baseball and softball players are enjoying the benefits of what is known as "spring training." It's a happy time of renewal, preparation, and strategizing for an upcoming season of competition.

Of course, it includes a lot of very hard work. In my second year at college, I found the baseball pre-season conditioning process could be grueling, but realized it could also be a great place to learn some life lessons. I was, as always, the smallest player on the team. Not even years of weight training would have transformed me into the six-foot-three giant I thought I wanted to be. So I applied some of the lessons in spiritual self-cure I'd learned in a Christian Science Sunday School and looked to God for strength and ability. And the results were, by my standards, phenomenal.

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