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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.   
(Oakes, Richard, Course In Divinity and General Collectanea, p.13)

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