Christian Science in the Schoolroom

I am grateful for the blessings that have come to me, to my family, and to many of my friends, through Christian Science; but my heart is never more full of gratitude to God and to her who has revealed to us this great Truth, than when I think of my schoolroom, and of all that it has done for me there.

John Ruskin said that every one should have a sense of happiness in his work when doing it in the best possible way. To an enthusiastic worker in any field I suppose there is nothing more disheartening than a constant feeling of dissatisfaction and disappointment, due to the consciousness that one is not working in the right direction, that he is not accomplishing what he would accomplish, that he is not producing the results which he knows must and can be produced.

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