AT The Hague Conference just held forty-six powers, occupying the territory of the entire globe, came together with more or less of their historic prejudices, ill-feeling, and suspicions, their various local interests, their racial differences, and their diversified constitutions and legislative methods, and for four months continued in the serious and thorough discussion of problems which concern them in common.
In this month of November, when all right-minded American people are thinking of their reasons for thankfulness, we, as Christian Scientists, are daily and hourly striving to overcome the inherently greedy and dishonest tendencies of the so-called mortal mind by recalling and cherishing in thought our great indebtedness to Christian Science for the innumerable blessings it brings to us.
When as a boy I entered upon a clerkship in a store in western New York.
ONE of the most frequent criticisms of the Christian Science method of healing is that Scientists make a charge for their work, while Jesus and his disciples did not.
In that intense and spiritual calmI seemed to stand upon a little hill;The world's unrest of sorrow and alarmSank into silent valleys and was still;The dissonance and claim of mortal willMerged into concord; in that one supremeAll-glorious moment, every sense of illWas swept away on some supernal stream.