Peace—instead of a ‘disaster scenario’

Last fall my husband went on a two-week wilderness trip to an area in Alaska, where there were no towns, roads, people, or cellphones. He and a friend were dropped on a river by a small plane, with only their boat and packs to negotiate 140 miles downstream. This area is recognized for its apex predator—bears—and the unpredictability of moose.  

After so many friends expressed concern, I was soon feeling so worried that I had trouble sleeping and eating. I knew this was nothing but the hypnotic action of error—a sense of evil claiming to be my mind—when in fact, as the image and likeness of God, I could claim no thoughts but those that emanate from God, good, the one and only Mind of all. So when these aggressive fears crept in, I countered them with true spiritual ideas that I knew from my study of Christian Science: that anything claiming to be an evil suggestion or circumstance was a suppositional lie—nothing claiming to be something.

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