Food poisoning overcome

In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy writes: “I hope, dear reader, I am leading you into the understanding of your divine rights, your heaven-bestowed harmony,—that, as you read, you see there is no cause (outside of erring, mortal, material sense which is not power) able to make you sick or sinful; and I hope that you are conquering this false sense. Knowing the falsity of so-called material sense, you can assert your prerogative to overcome the belief in sin, disease, or death” (p. 253).

I had an experience that forced me to demonstrate over this false sense and see for myself that “no cause” could make me sick. Some time ago, I took a month-long TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) course in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I was preparing to teach English in China. At the start of this course, the participants were told they would get sick from eating the food, which was very different from what we were all used to. We were told that no one would escape, so we might as well be sick and get it over with.

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