SPIRITUAL FOCUS ON TV:

DANCING TOWARD INFINITE POSSIBILITIES

AMONG THE SUCCESSFUL "reality" shows that have been brought back to American network television this year, not many have the breadth of appeal of the wildly popular Dancing with the Stars.

This show makes me think of Mary Baker Eddy's observation: "The devotion of thought to an honest achievement makes the achievement possible. Exceptions only confirm this rule, proving that failure is occasioned by a too feeble faith." She went on to point out that "had Blondin [the 19th-century French tightrope walker] believed it impossible to walk the rope over Niagara's abyss of waters, he could never have done it" (Science and Health, p. 199).

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