This statement by Mary Baker Eddy is heartening:
“If you believe in and practice wrong knowingly, you can at once change your course and do right”
(Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 253).
If we feel stuck in an unhealthy routine, we can change course. We do not need to continue doing something that is harmful. A change in thought leads to a change in action.
If we are grumpy, we can choose to be grateful.
If we speak harsh words to our co-workers, we can choose to be kind.
If we harbor resentment toward another, we can choose to forgive them and love instead.
Thought is fluid. It can be changed and improved.
“If you believe in and practice wrong knowingly…” you can choose to practice rightly.
Choose right and prosper!