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Myrtle Smyth

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    jacob45
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    On Youtube there are several talks by Myrtle Smyth available now, which before were on cassette tape only. One of those is called: “Gods Law of Restoration.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWsOJZoW660 One of the things that stood out to me is how she feels that we should pray and think about Christian Science. It is quackery to make a reality out of disease, our textbook affirms. So it must be quackery to make a reality out of any human discords, out of mortal mind´s sense of inharmony and imperfection. The whole history of evil and human suffering must be the history of lies, nothingness. There should be a balance between not ignoring the constant attacks of evil, and realizing its utter unreality and nothingness.

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    Susanne
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    Thank you for pointing out that some of Myrtle Smyth’s lectures are now available on YouTube. What a blessing this is! They are truly wonderful and inspiring talks.

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