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“Watch out!” If you heard or saw that warning, in most cases it would grab your attention. We might pause and redirect our thought and actions. But in contrast to an abrupt alert, there’s a kind of watching that’s not sudden or reactive, but that’s on-going and preventive.   

The Bible mentions being watchful numerous times, as does Mary Baker Eddy in her writings. In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures she wrote, “Be watchful, sober, and vigilant” (p. 324). When I was first introduced to Christian Science, I didn’t quite grasp the demand to watch my thought throughout the day. 

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