LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

New York, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1906.

Beloved Teacher:—Just a word to tell you how full my heart is with love for you. We are all working to know the truth of what you once said to me in a letter: "Error is not Mind, therefore it is nothing." It thinks it is destroying you, when it is only destroying itself. It thinks to weaken and confuse your followers, but it is only knitting us together more closely, and enabling us to present an unbroken front to the seeming foe. I have thought much about you in the past week, of your sincerity, your faithfulness, and your loyalty to Principle. Many a story in prose and verse has come down through the centuries, of leaders who have given up home and kindred for the sake of the cause they loved, but nothing has ever been told of man or woman that begins to equal or compare with what you have done. Our very hearts burn within us when we think how you, for the sake of poor, weak, suffering humanity, stood alone, with every weapon pointed at you; with shot and shell falling around you; because you alone knew how they could be lifted out of their weakness and their sufferings. You alone, of all who have called themselves Christian Scientists, have been in the past, and are to-day, absolutely faithful. This letter seems cold, but my heart is so full of tenderness, of loyalty to you and to the Cause, that I do not know how to express it.

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