Category: Mary Baker Eddy

See beyond crisis to something better

October 23, 2020 | 21 comments

“In the midst of a pandemic that has swept the globe and so profoundly affected people’s lives—threatening individuals’ physical and mental health, causing the loss of loved ones, straining the economy, changing the rules for social engagement, and forming an

When others complain to you about their ills

September 22, 2020 | 26 comments

When others complain to you about their health problems, see your time with them as an opportunity to bless them with healing inspiration! When people complain, they’re often implicitly saying, “I feel stuck in a dark place, and I’m looking

A mortal past is not your biography

September 21, 2020 | 23 comments

Are there events from your past that you wish had never happened? Perhaps mistakes, misdeeds, abuse, or crimes that you wish could be expunged and left behind forever as if they never happened? It’s possible, in Science. As a child

Face the tiger fearlessly

September 10, 2020 | 32 comments

Mary Baker Eddy made this comment about a military general of her time: “By looking a tiger fearlessly in the eye, Sir Charles Napier sent it cowering back into the jungle” Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.

When others speak evil of you

September 9, 2020 | 19 comments

If you ever have someone leave a message on your phone, email you, send a letter, or tell you to your face that you are a horrible person followed by a list of all the reasons why you are a