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Let Truth uncover and destroy error in God’s own way, and let human justice pattern the divine.
— Mary Baker Eddy
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 542
One of the great injustices in history is one that most people have experienced. It is this: suffering for doing something right. The event may have been pretty simple. For example, a friend told me of a neighbor who had acted harshly toward her because he misunderstood a comment she intended to be helpful. For her, his attitude was quite unjust. It had caused her much distress. And there are the larger injustices, like a man imprisoned for years for a crime he didn’t commit. He was doing something right, but because an eyewitness made a mistake in an attempt to identify the actual criminal, this man had been unjustly convicted. Eventually he was proved innocent and was released, but an injustice had been done.
About the author
Nate Talbot is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science, and is Clerk of The Mother Church.
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