(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

MRS. EDDY'S OWN DENIAL THAT SHE IS ILL
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MRS. EDDY'S OWN DENIAL THAT SHE IS ILL



ew York Herald]

   Permit me to say, the report that I am sick (and I
trust the desire thereof) is dead, and should be buried.
Whereas the fact that I am well and keenly alive to the
truth of being - the Love that is Life - is sure and
steadfast.  I go out in my carriage daily, and have omitted
my drive but twice since I came to Massachusetts.
Either my work, the demands upon my time at home, or
the weather, is all that prevents my daily drive.
   Working and praying for my dear friends' and my dear
enemies' health, happiness, and holiness, the true sense
of being goes on.
   Doing unto others as we would that they do by us, is
immortality's self.  Intrepid, self-oblivious love fulfils the
law and is self-sustaining and eternal.  With white-winged
charity brooding over all, spiritually understood and demonstrated,
let us unite in one Te Deum of praise.
\Box G, Brookline, Mass.,
\May 15, 1908



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