Until instructed by Christian Science to make practical use of the Scriptural declaration that in God "we live, and move, and have our being," how easily is a mortal's outlook on life, and the state of his health, affected by the atmospheric changes of heat and cold, of storm and sunshine. Taught by materia medica and hygiene to consider himself a victim of circumstances, of which sudden changes in the weather play a very important part, he implicitly believes that a cold wave or a continuation of rain is directly responsible for some ailment from which he may at the time be suffering.
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