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MENTAL DARKNESS DISPELLED
From that time all has been different. I put off my glasses at once and have never had them on since. The rest that a knowledge of Truth brings after the strain and stress of the previous confusion is like the calm after a storm at sea. The simplicity of the truth that God is All-in-all, comes like a healing balm to the tempest-tossed, double-minded thought trying to solve the problems of the universe on the basis of mind and matter. It shows us clearly that all our seeming troubles are due to ignorance of Truth. The understanding of what is true dispels mental darkness as readily as the dawn dispels the night.
Words can never pay our debt to those who suffered that the way might be made plain for us, but a tribute of gratitude may be a partial expression of the longing to pay that debt. When we were wandering and frightened, like lost children, divine Love sent our Leader, Mrs. Eddy, to tell us that we need not be afraid; and divine Love is still sending us loving messages of comfort . . .
Christian Science Sentinel, October 25, 1919
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