THE RIGHT ROAD TO HARMONY

MY HUSBAND AND I were returning from a visit to our daughter and her family. We had stopped to have lunch some distance off the main road, and then continued on our way. Suddenly we found ourselves in an unfamiliar part of the town. Frustrated, we began turning from one street to another, trying to get back to the main route.

Inwardly, I felt irritated and impatient with my husband for getting lost. I was about to blurt out some unkind remark, when my irritation settled into this firm, clear thought: It's more important to remain in a "healing consciousness"—a state of thought that's receptive to spiritual healing—than it is to be on the right road. Neither of us said a word, yet we soon felt calm and at peace with ourselves. Within minutes, a sign pointing to the main road came into view.

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