Accession: L04081
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, March 3, 1880
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: March 3, 1880 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy.
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Dear Student,

You have done well, good and cheering are the news

Do not go out of the house where your patient is, nor run before a lie, for that would be as if you believed it was the truth. When you hear her hawking etc. remember you do not hear her that hers is a dream, and yours a dream, also.

Remember all is mind there is no matter

Have you wakened some now? to see it is a dream and not a reality?

When hearing your own dream that she is coughing, you must realize as much as in you lieth now, that you do not hear her and say it so to yourself and to her until you brake both your dreams.

Have you done what I said about writing to Scotland? or rather having one write?

Love from all

Yours truly
M. B. Glover Eddy
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Dear Student,

You have done well, good and cheering are the news were

Do not go out of the house where your patient is, nor run before a lie, for that would be as if you believed it was the truth. When you hear her hawking etc. remember you do not hear her that hers is a dream, and yours a dream, also.

Remember all is mind there is no matter

Have you wakened some now? to see it is a dream and not a reality?

When hearing your own dream that she is coughing, you must realize as much as in you lieth now, that you do not hear her and say it so to yourself and to her until you brake both your dreams.

Have you done what I said about writing to Scotland? or rather having one write?

Love from all

Yours truly
M. B. Glover Eddy