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The weariness and sadness of life come from persistently...
The weariness and sadness of life come from persistently closing our eyes to its greatness.... There is no life so poor as that which through too close a grasp of visible things has lost all conscious hold upon unseen realities. Lifted into the atmosphere of Infinite Greatness, the soul itself grows great; unfolded within the Perfect Love, the life itself becomes love.—Lucy Larcom.
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Mrs. Eddy's Appreciation
Editor with contributions from Mary B.G. Eddy
with contributions from Alfred Wolcott
Christian Science Editorial Receives an Apt Answer
Clarence A. Buskirk
with contributions from Joseph Armstrong
Mary Baker G. Eddy
The Concord Fair
Grace White with contributions from Whittier
BY JOSEPH S. EASTAMAN.
To the Glory of the Father
BY HERBERT S. FULLER.
BY J. W. M.
Who are We?
Spiritual Meaning of the Scriptures Revealed
Helen F. Wightman
Love Overcomes Evil
Henry Wilder Foote