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Free to fly
While taking time during the day for prayer and spiritual study, I have found myself reflecting on the many ways in which my thought was prepared for Christian Science.
One of the many memories that comes back to me is of being in graduate school several decades ago. As the mother of three young children, I was feeling tremendous stress in trying to juggle both the demands at home and in my classes. What was I doing, I wondered, trying to be both a full-time student and a full-time mom? Who was I kidding? And yet, I was given a fellowship for my study, so I felt it must be God’s will for me to go forward.
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