Whether it’s a major event in one’s life, work-related duties, academic projects, the demands of a case needing healing through Christian Science treatment, or simply the ordinary demands of daily living, one can sometimes feel overwhelmed. One can wonder, “Where should I start?” When I feel that way, I often think of this passage by Mary Baker Eddy in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures: “Christian Science is not an exception to the general rule, that there is no excellence without labor in a direct line.
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