The Children’s Day Care sent us all home early, because of snow, snow, snow. After driving on unplowed roads for over an hour, the fabulous all-wheel drive TT made it up our driveway like it wanted to get home too.
I had a snack: mint chocolate chip ice-cream, topped with sliced bananas and granola. Yum
So, now that I am home, I will outline an article on dissecting ideas. “Anatomy, when conceived of spiritually, is mental self-knowledge. Anatomy consists of dissecting thoughts in order to discover their quality, quantity, and origin. Are thoughts divine or human? That is the important question. This branch of study is indispensable to the excision of error. The anatomy of Christian Science teaches when and how to examine the self-inflicted wounds of ill-will, hostility, envy, and excuse making. It teaches the control of foolish ambition. It unfolds the sacred influences of honesty, philanthropy, spiritual love. It urges the government of the body both in health and in sickness.”–21st Century Science and Health