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As a natural result, we took less thought about “What we should eat or what drink,” and, fasting or feasting, consulted less our stomach and our food, arguing against their claims continually, and in this manner despoiled them of their power over us to give pleasure or pain, and recovered strength and flesh rapidly, enjoying health and harmony that we never before had done.  (Eddy, Mary Baker, Science and Health, 1st ed., p.190)

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