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I attended a Christian Science...

From the January 1995 issue of The Christian Science Journal

I attended a Christian Science Sunday School regularly from an early age until I was twenty. I loved and trusted what I learned there, and endeavored to practice the teachings of Christian Science over the years.

Interesting proof came of my continuous good health; I found, when I applied for pension after working thirty-six years in a very large city school system, that I had accumulated enough unused days to entitle me to a full year's paid leave before I began my retirement.

While healing of physical ills is an integral part of the practice of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy says in Rudimental Divine Science: "Healing physical sickness is the smallest part of Christian Science. It is only the bugle-call to thought and action, in the higher range of infinite goodness" (p. 2).

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