Category: Mary Baker Eddy

A wiser way than personal arguments

July 1, 2022 | 16 comments

If ever stuck in endless arguments with a neighbor about an issue, perhaps there is a higher way to resolve that issue. It may be an opportunity to rely more upon spiritual sense to decide a proper course of action,

If bothered by another

June 23, 2022 | 25 comments

If ever troubled by the thoughts or actions of another person, the quickest way to peace is to impersonalize the error you perceive, and to handle it metaphysically with spiritual truth. See the error presented in the form of a

Contend for good outcomes

June 16, 2022 | 25 comments

What are you contending for today? Is your thought mightily siding with abounding health, happiness, harmony, peace, and love as natural and normal outcomes of your day’s experience? For the best results, contend for God’s power and presence at work

Treating yourself against relapse

June 7, 2022 | 12 comments

To a student wondering how to treat himself for a relapse of symptoms, Mary Baker Eddy wrote, “When, if ever, you have a return of your complaints, fix your mind steadfastly on this thought: No mortal mind, or malice, can

Finding comes with seeking

June 3, 2022 | 16 comments

Are you actively seeking what you wish to find? If you are seeking something which God is happy to give, then success is guaranteed, for as Mary Baker Eddy reminded one of her students, “Be of good cheer, you cannot