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(From the Bliss Knapp book, p. 135) Mrs. Eddy . . . detected mentally that Mr. Knapp was still grieving for his wife. She immediately rebuked that condition, and speaking sternly to him,, ‘Mr. Knapp, are you still babying that lie about the loss of your wife?’ And then she handled the error so completely, that the grief was entirely removed from Mr. Knapp’s thought; and ever afterwards he could think and speak of his wife as naturally as when she was with him.  Mary Baker Eddy  (Oakes, Richard, Course In Divinity and General Collectanea, p.256-257)

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