Never give in. As a Science of Mind practitioner, I have worked with many over the
past decades who needed this reminder during their own moments of faltering faith,
moments that required hard decisions. Some faced life and death situations not unlike
those who still experience the traumas of war. Some were in the throes of a life-
threatening illness, loss of job, failure of a marriage, or financial ruin. Some dealt with
rejection, loneliness, or the inability to end their own addiction to a substance that could
temporarily soothe the agony that crippled their will to live joyously.
Never give in. Never give up. Not for any reason.
I have already recounted a few of my personal trials and a few of the distractions that
worked continuously on my willpower to put me off course; but, on contemplation now, I
know none of them compare to those of the millions who suffer paralysis or the
amputation of limbs or who have daily travails that originate from a lifetime of poverty,
starvation, persecution, oppression or torture. When their mental anguish
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