It is the errors that my students do not see, neither in themselves nor others, that I am constantly confronting and at war with. If they and the world did see these errors which I do, they would take up arms against them, and I could lay down mine.
But, to open the eyes of the blind from paralyzed optic nerve, is nothing, compared with opening them to see the tendencies of there own human natures even at the very best. Which tendencies must be subdued to become a true Christian Scientist. Mary Baker Eddy (Letters of Mary Baker Eddy to Augusta Stetson, p.31)