Loyal Christian Scientists no doubt steer clear of medicine and drugs, but how many unwisely admit error through the subtle sophistries of certain types of exercise or aerobics (AKA recreation), gluttony via munchies or trencherman excess (AKA eating), or excessive attention to hygiene (AKA practical cleanliness)? If God fills all space, and of course He does, then even the most "innocent" indulgence of anything mortal or material is a sinful repudiation of His omnipotence and omnipresence. "Hidden sin is spiritual wickedness in high places." (S&H 453: 20-21) Even a pea held close enough to the eye will obscure the sun.
One may well take pride in avoiding the obvious snares, pits, and falls, but is he entirely honest about confronting the armies of devilettes which ceaslessly scurry about in frontal attack, infiltration, and ambush to tempt and harry him? Love handles and raffish deshabille may have their charm in society, but they may also mask serious failings. For some individuals a cannoli may be as dangerous a temptation as a snort of cocaine to others. No wisp of error, mesmerism, or aggressive mental suggestion is too insignificant to receive ones scrupulous attention, refutation, and destruction. The devil doesn't show up in a loud, mustard-yellow, polyester leisure suit complete with a "Hello, my name is Old Nick" self-adhesive tag. He is far more likely to slip in unnoticed on his little cat feet to dispense his honeyed, insidious, and sometimes fatal whisperings.
Note: Requests for biographical information have not gone unnoticed. How to respond is being pondered, since not all queries may be motivated by kindly interest, and there is a danger in letting the unruly camel of person get its nose into the tent. One needs to be wise even at the possible expense of appearing to be coy. There will doubtless be more later.