Much Gratified

We were much gratified by an incident which occurred in our office recently. Two ladies from a suburban town came in to consult about treatment for one of them. It being a busy time, they were asked to wait, and were given some of our Mother's works to look over. When the time came to talk with them, there was a perceptible change in their mental attitude. One of them said, "We came intending to ask a great many questions, but while you were engaged we have been reading in this book — 'Miscellaneous Writings' — and in the chapter entitled 'Questions and Answers' our questions have all been answered satisfactorily." My heart turned in gratitude to the dear Mother who has given us the impersonal teacher — in "Miscellaneous Writings" — which always seemed to say to us the right thing at the right time.

Permit me also to express my delight at the new name of our Weekly. It means so much when we know what it is to be on duty as a sentinel — individually as well as generally.

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