‘You’re safe’

My friend and I were camping with her family in the desert, and we were having the best time. During the day, we got to ride dirt bikes around a dry lake bed. At night, we slept in a small motor home. Everything felt so new and different and fun!

One night, though, I woke up because the motor home was rattling. Actually, it wasn’t just rattling. It was rattling and shaking, because the wind outside was blowing so hard. It didn’t feel sturdy at all like my house back home. I was afraid it might blow over—with us inside!

When a storm comes or the wind howls or we feel scared about something, is there anything we can do? Usually, when I was scared, I would run to my mom and she would pray with me. Sometimes we would sing one of Mary Baker Eddy’s hymns, which I’d learned from attending the Christian Science Sunday School. But my mom wasn’t there. I couldn’t run to her for help.

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