Q: In Unity of Good Mary Baker Eddy writes: “Those who reach this transition, called death, without having rightly improved the lessons of this primary school of mortal existence, — and still believe in matter’s reality, pleasure, and pain, — are not ready to understand immortality. Hence they awake only to another sphere of experience, and must pass through another probationary state before it can be truly said of them: ‘Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord’ ” ( pp.
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