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When one is drunk without wine – mesmerism, apathy – he will
talk with a thick tongue something like a drunken man; I can always
tell it; they must arouse out of such a sense. I (Mrs. Eddy) was in
a street car once when a drunken man came in and sat down. I said
mentally, ‘You are a fool and don’t know it.’ I kept thinking that
and nothing else; in a few moments that man was perfectly sober; it
had roused his dormant sense to the situation, and when he saw, that
was the end of it. Keep awake – watch; the right kind of watching.  Mary Baker Eddy   (Oakes, Richard, Course In Divinity and General Collectanea,  .p.12-13)

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