Not to see or hear or report any kind of imperfection. It is seeing, hearing and reporting good, and good only at all times, and under all circumstances and in spite of everything that appears to the contrary.
I make that resolution every morning when I first open my eyes and I renew it every hour of the day. I see perfection – a perfect cause and a perfect effect; a perfect God and a perfect man – and I refuel to make any kind of exception.
To change the picture one must change the thought which produces the picture.
A Letter From Mary Baker Eddy
I have learned a great secret. I have learned how to demonstrate. I have learned how to make my science a thing of life and not of words – and I am going to tell you what the wonderful secret is, for it is wonderful. It is this . . .
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