Miscellaneous Writings (1883-1896) by Mary Baker Eddy
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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   The frequent public allegement that I am "sick, unable
to speak a loud word," or that I died of palsy, and am
dead, - is but another evidence of the falsehoods kept
constantly before the public.
   While I accord these evil-mongers due credit for their

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desire, let me say to you, dear reader:  Call at the
Massachusetts Metaphysical College, in 1889, and judge
for yourself whether I can talk - and laugh too!  I
never was in better health.  I have had but four
days' vacation for the past year, and am about to commence
a large class in Christian Science.  Lecturing,
writing, preaching, teaching, etc., give fair proof that
my shadow is not growing less; and substance is taking
larger proportions.

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