Face and jaw healed after a fall

Last fall, I experienced a wonderful healing during an academic art abroad I led to Greece. One of the themes for the abroad could be summed up by Mary Baker Eddy’s statement: “We must look deep into realism instead of accepting only the outward sense of things” (Science and Health, p. 129).

The entry in my trip journal for Day #28 includes a cryptic notation: “Had a bit of a spill on the walk home (landing on my face), but am very woken up—expect quick healing.” Here’s what happened: Walking home late in the afternoon after a trip to Pythagorio, with hands weighed down by heavy bags of water and groceries, I traversed along the top of a wide concrete wall to avoid the rough and rocky road leading back to our pension (boarding house). Apparently I tripped on a concrete forming-nail that was still embedded in the top of the wall. Suddenly I was airborne, only to land on my face.

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