No more fascination with “true crime” stories

Search the internet for podcasts, and you’ll find that one of the most popular topics is “true crime”—accounts, often graphically described, of actual crimes that have been committed. And women make up the majority of the listeners.

For a couple of years, I was one of those listeners. I couldn’t get enough, and almost anytime I was commuting or alone, I listened to “true crime” podcasts.

During this time, I was in graduate school and working several jobs. I had very little free time and felt I should be able to do whatever I wanted with it. Sadly, this attitude resulted in a sharp decline in my daily study of Christian Science, something that I had previously made time for. In my experience, the more diligent I am in my practice of Christian Science, the easier it is to turn to God first to find healing. Regular practice allows us to be better prepared as well as more successful in whatever we are practicing, and I have found this true with Christian Science healing.

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