From Iraq to the US— A story of association travel

I have always been grateful for my association, and especially for clear guidance on the need to attend the association meetings. Sometimes getting there has been a bit of a challenge, but I’ve always managed, and the spiritual rewards of doing so have been great. I thought it might be interesting for readers to hear about my trip to association a couple of years ago. I offer this in the hope that it might serve as an example of what can be accomplished when we refuse to let animal magnetism—the belief in a power apart from God—prevent us from being loyal participants in our Christian Science associations.

I knew it was right for me to be at association, and I intended to be there. I also knew that nothing could prevent me from being there. I held to those ideas whenever I thought of association and as I was making my travel plans. These involved several different flights and adhering to a tight schedule.

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