Traveling some distance by air and returning home after a short period of time may be a familiar scenario for many travelers. Years ago, I dearly wanted to travel from the United Kingdom to another country to attend my Christian Science students’ association meeting, but I could only spare a weekend to undertake this journey.
I knew that strengthening my spiritual education by attending my association meeting was a good idea. I had the finances, I had the time, I had the necessary documents. But the issue was jet lag. I had done enough traveling to know how long it took me to adjust to a new time zone. Eleven time zones away to my destination was a big difference—especially within the limits of a weekend! I knew it was time to pray.
Praying about it didn’t mean I was just going to say to myself that if this was a right idea, then it would all work out. It was already clear it was a right idea; there were no “ifs” about it. So I had to understand that I could only be in my right place at the right time. To help with this, I looked at what the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science says about