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Mrs. Eddy knew how to bend to the blast, or melt before error’s onslaught, since, in order to be guided by God, she had to be flexible. In stating how she was able to endure, she once said, “When the foot steps upon me, I bend as does the grass, and when it is lifted, I come up as naturally.” This very ability to melt or bend under the blows of error, was the result of her humble desire and effort to be guided by the Father in all she thought, said and did.  (Carpenter, Gilbert, 500 Watching Points, #117)

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