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Racine Dews

Azusa

Mary Baker Eddy is the woman I am inspired by because she established a world-wide religion, established The Christian Science Monitor which is an international news magazine, and authored the book SCIENCE AND HEALTH with Key to the Scriptures.

She is my inspiration because she never gave up seeking and then finding permanent relief and healing after suffering years from illness; she then lifted her life out of poverty, overcame grief, and became successful and respected through her work touching many hearts and lives across the world and in many cultures over the past 100 years. The Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston, MA is a wonderful source to learn more about this amazing and inspiring woman.