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I don’t run away from a challenge because I am afraid.

Instead, I run toward it because the only way to escape fear
is to trample it beneath your feet.
— Nadia Comaneci
All doubt and fear must go and in their place must come faith
and confidence, for we shall be led by the Spirit into all good.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 272

     From Dr. Ernest Holmes:
     People often say: “I don’t know what to do; I don’t know how to
make a choice.” We must realize that there is an Intelligence within
us that does know. This “guidance” is just as true in India, where
people are Buddhists, as it is in America, where people are Christians.
It was just as true 10,000 years ago, before the advent of Christianity,
as it will be 10,000 years hence.
     In so far as we are going to make this thing work, it is because we
contact Universal Laws, which run through every age and race, and
which answer every person. If we can see this, we shall be able to do
away with a great deal of superstition and ignorance.
     Let each individual immediately and directly, and in his own integrity,
approach the Law that Is. … The Bible says, “There is no mediator
between God and man except Christ.” Christ means the truth about
     When I’m in fear, it helps me tremendously to know that
there is an Intelligence within me that knows the answer before
the question is even asked. As a spiritual being having a human
experience, I’d like to say that I always go there. In truth, I think I
get there most of the time and it still takes longer than my logical
self would like. My intention is to get out of my own way and
“immediately and directly” tap into the wisdom of the Universe
that is always accessible to me.


I know who I am, and today I choose to Face Everything And Rise.

Daily Guide Tuesday February 13, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine



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