The New York subway was opened to the public last week.
In the National Museum at Washington is a department devoted to the History of Medicine, which aims to present the chronological development of materia medica, and which affords a striking illustration of the erroneous derivation of the "science" which claims to heal suffering humanity by means of matter.
Among the very interesting Biblical narratives, the true meanings of which have been unfolded to me by the light of our text-book, Science and Health, none have impressed my thought more forcibly than the story of Naaman in Second Kings.
It is quite evident that changes for the better in the world are to be wrought by the betterment of individual character.
As the individual student advances in Christian Science, and the deep things of life begin to be understood in part, and take on even deeper significance because of the budding and unfolding of truth in his consciousness, one of the lessons which is sure to be learned in time, and generally in a short time, is that Christian Science reveals a Principle from which can be logically explained all things that come up in daily life, and therefore one is no longer obliged to dismiss as unexplainable, or charge to chance the things that come into his experience.
One of the blessings that follows the study and demonstration of Christian Science is the continual unfoldment, expansion, and elevation of our thought of God.