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Mortal man may be likened to a ship sailing on the sea of his beliefs, manned and officered by the personal senses, with self as the captain, and steering into the harbor of Christian Science, in which port all mortal-mind ships must anchor sooner or later.
When we arrive at the wharf of Love, then begins the work of unloading our cargoes—traits of character.
To the Field
Septimus J. Hanna
BY AN INVESTIGATOR.
with contributions from Chris. S. Ritter, J. M. Booker, J. W. Saunders, W. J. Stansfield
Letters in the Boston Traveler
with contributions from Thos. Townsend, Henry D. Nunn
with contributions from William R. Rathvon
From Other Standpoints
with contributions from A. S. Wheeler, Hyde
Metaphysics: the New Cult
BY EX RAE.
Questions and Answers
with contributions from F. M. Bristol
BY ADELE HULL WOLFE.
For What it is Worth
Grateful for the Lesson Sermons
with contributions from Annie Lane, J. F. M.