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I was more than a little annoyed one morning—with good reason, or so I thought. While emptying the utensil basket of my new dishwasher, I discovered that the blade part from my little electric chopper was stuck in the basket. I pulled and turned it every which way, but it wouldn’t budge. Even after several more days of washing cycles, it was as stuck as ever.
Suddenly a lyric in a hymn from the Christian Science Hymnal came to me: “All the way that we must go / We will take at Thy direction” (Edith Gaddis Brewer, No. 85). Aha! The concept of letting God reveal the answer, as opposed to forcing something to go my way, came through loud and clear.
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Photograph by William Pappas
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