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October 1, 1903. Do not tell anyone he can’t die, can’t be sick, until you can prove it to him. I (Mrs. Eddy) used to look away from the patient sometimes until I would get the thought, and the patient would vanish right out of my thought, and when I would look back at him, he would be well. I never told them they could not die, until I could see it; then when I spoke it was done. But we must keep at it, declaring it to ourselves until we can see it.   Mary Baker Eddy    (Oakes, Richard, Course In Divinity and General Collectanea, p.13)

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