What I learned from a healing

One day at school when I went to open my locker, I accidentally leaned on the open locker door beside me. The person next to me closed the locker without knowing my hand was there. My finger got stuck for a second before I could pull it out. Then I noticed part of my fingernail had been torn off. 

Immediately, I thought, “ ‘There is no sensation in matter’ ” (Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 237). This comes from a page in Science and Health where it talks about a little girl badly hurting her finger. And it says, “On being questioned about it she answered ingenuously, ‘There is no sensation in matter.’ Bounding off with laughing eyes, she presently added, ‘Mamma, my finger is not a bit sore.’ ’’ She didn’t have any pain because she knew the truth.  

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