"I do not want this class to be an affair of money at all."...

"I do not want this class to be an affair of money at all."

These were the words of the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy to the class recently taught by her at Concord, N. H. There were in the class sixty-seven members. They were taught by our Leader in her capacity as President of the Massachusetts Metaphysical College. The established charge for such teaching would, under the rules of said college, have yielded the Teacher a handsome sum, and all would joyously have paid the maximum charge, and have felt that they were returning nothing for the benefit received and the privilege conferred. Indeed, some insisted upon paying notwithstanding the announcement at the outset that no charge would be made; but came the answer: "I do not want this class to be an affair of money at all."

December 1, 1898
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