Mary Baker Eddy had every right to believe she was a victim of life’s circumstances. But she didn’t.
A frail child, Eddy’s formal education came to an end at the age of twelve, which was a fairly accepted practice for girls in the 19th century. But she wanted to learn, and persisted with her education at home, helped by her brother.
However, from childhood, one of the most valuable things she learned was from her mother – to lean always on God’s love.Continue Reading