Part Nine - Page 4

  1. It is sometimes an inspiration to hear from someone who has actually put these principles to the test, someone who has demonstrated them in their own life. A letter from Frederick Andrews offers the following insight:
  2. I was about thirteen years old when Dr. T. W. Marsee, since passed over, said to my mother: There is no possible chance, Mrs. Andrews. I lost my little boy the same way, after doing everything for him that it was possible to do. I have made a special study of these cases, and I know there is no possible chance for him to get well.
  3. She turned to him and said: Doctor, what would you do if he were your boy? and he answered, I would fight, fight, as long as there is a breath of life to fight for.
  4. That was the beginning of a long drawn-out battle, with many ups and downs, the doctors all agreeing that there was no chance for a cure, though they encouraged and cheered us the best they could.
  5. But at last the victory came, and I have grown from a little, crooked, twisted, cripple, going about on my hands and knees, to a strong, straight, well formed man.
  6. Now, I know you want the formula, and I will give it to you as briefly and quickly as I can.
  7. I built up an affirmation for myself, taking the qualities I most needed, and affirming for myself over and over again, I am truly grateful to be whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy. I kept up this affirmation, always the same, constant, till I could wake up in the night and find myself repeating, I am truly grateful to be whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy. It was the last thing on my lips at night and the first thing in the morning.

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