Whole-souled and unstoppable   Leave a comment

 

shallow focus photography of a woman in green top wearing white coat

There is no glass ceiling that can hold us back from expressing our true identity

 

Have you felt victimized for being a woman in your work place? This contributor is telling how she faced discrimination in her work place by re-shaping her own concept of who she really is and understanding the divine unstoppable laws of integrity, fairness, and equality.

Mary Baker Eddy’s statement in 1883 An article titled “Taking Offense” in Mary Baker Eddy’s Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896 includes this statement: “To punish ourselves for others’ faults, is superlative folly. The mental arrow shot from another’s bow is practically harmless, unless our own thought barbs it.” The same article concludes, “He who can wilfully attempt to injure another, is an object of pity rather than of resentment; while it is a question in my mind, whether there is enough of a flatterer, a fool, or a liar, to offend a whole-souled woman” (pp. 223–224).

 

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