HOW often do we take upon ourselves the burden of another—his problems or his responsibilities—and try to steer him in the way we think he should go? No matter how well-intentioned, this endeavor is a grave presumption which, more often than not, confuses or antagonizes the one in difficulty and brings unhappiness upon ourselves and others. Christian Science teaches us that we can safely leave the government of men to God.
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