As Viewed by a Christian Scientist

Kansas City World

To the Editor of The World.

In response to a request of recent date I would submit reasons why Christian Scientist consider their religion an important factor in every walk of life; and especially so in that of the business man.

In confronting the vicissitudes of life, mortals find they must have a resource above and beyond themselves. By example and experience they learn that mankind is always assured success, when handling a mathematical proposition, if governed by the science of numbers. The correct result is his desire, and he has learned that he must forego an egotistic desire to be apparently original, as there is contentment in relying upon an unerring principle. So with the musician, the law of chords is law unto him in the execution of music.

Wednesday Evening Meeting at Dayton, O.
March 21, 1901

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