Christian Science and the Business Life

We append some extracts from a letter to our Leader, which illustrate the ever—increasing significance of the welcome of the Field, which is everywhere extended to traveling men.—Ed.

My business calls me to travel a good deal and I find that the hours otherwise spent at hotels or waiting rooms, are most profitably devoted to visiting the local Scientists at the reading rooms and churches, and talking with them of the one subject of mutual and unfailing interest.

Having spent a Sunday in Ottawa, Canada, recently, I enjoyed the services very much, and found that both here and in Montreal the church is making rapid advancement. The next Sunday I attended church at Norfolk, Va., where through Miss Way's earnest work many are being brought into the "Light." Later I passed a pleasant hour at the reading rooms at Wilmington, N. C., where Miss Bridges, and Mrs. Fishblate are located. They make one's wait—over there a happy anticipation.

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Letter to Mrs. Eddy
April 25, 1901

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