THE QUEST FOR TRUTH

"If God were to offer me truth in the one hand and search for truth in the other hand, I would choose the search for truth." This frequently-quoted saying contains the inference that the truth has not been found by the one who continues to search for it. Even the search for Truth has a wonderful influence for good. Our revered Leader says, concerning her efforts in this direction, "The search was sweet, calm, and buoyant with hope, not selfish nor depressing" (Science and Health, p. 109). What its results were in this instance, students of her writings the world over are telling gratefully to-day. Hers was not the quest for material knowledge, of which Lowell says,—

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