(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN



hristian Science Sentinel, May 16, 1908]

   Since Mrs. Eddy is watched, as one watches a criminal
or a sick person, she begs to say, in her own behalf, that
she is neither; therefore to be criticized or judged by
either a daily drive or a dignified stay at home, is
superfluous.  When accumulating work requires it, or because
of a preference to remain within doors she omits her
drive, do not strain at gnats or swallow camels over
it, but try to be composed and resigned to the shocking
fact that she is minding her own business, and recommends
this surprising privilege to all her dear friends
and enemies.
                                        Mary Baker Eddy


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