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I love the article “Good purpose for all … even mosquitoes?” by Matt Schmidt (Sentinel, February 10, 2014). Thank you, Matt. It reminds me of my dear grandmother in the ’30s. My mother told me about Granny sitting outdoors in the summer evenings fearless and perfectly happy—devoid of any nuisance of mosquitoes. That always inspired me. I am grateful for yet another proof of Christian Science in action. I learned not to fear mosquitoes or to scratch the bites (as children will). And guess what? All evidence of big stings have disappeared within a few moments in my own experience. And this continues to be the case decades and decades later. Christian Science is the greatest treasure I have. It is wonderful to know that it heals from the most miniscule to the largest difficulties we face.
Jeanne ShultzJerseyville, Illinois, US
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