At one time Mrs. Eddy ordered a dress made, and while making it, the dressmaker prayed to be sweet, pure, true, and grateful, so that the dress would be a proper raiment for our Leader. She loved the dress and wore and wore it, until finally it became shabby. So she ordered another one made just like it. This time the dressmaker was having trouble with her own help, and was irritable and cross. Mrs. Eddy could not wear it. “I cannot feel happy in it. Take it away.” Yet it appeared to be exactly like the old one. Mary Baker Eddy (Carpenter, Gilbert, Fragments Gathered From Unpublished Items Ascribed to Mary Baker Eddy, p.