LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

Geneva, Switzerland, March 22, 1909. Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy.

Beloved Leader:—While passing through this city, whose name is associated with that of a religious reformer, I desire to send a few lines of love and allegiance to you, the great reformer of our age. Calvin was able to inspire to acts of courage some important groups of people,—the French Huguenots, the Dutch Protestants, the Scotch Covenanters, and the English Puritans. Thanks to your unremitting labors, the whole world is now being inspired to deeds of healing. Your great work, Science and Health, is solving world-problems, as I have had occasion to observe on my travels over the ordinary tourist routes in the British Isles, in Switzerland, France, Italy, and Egypt. This last country is no longer a land of darkness, since Christian Science is now known and practised within its confines. It has been my privilege to assist in the healing work during my travels. I have been in the best of health, visiting and revisiting scenes new and old, mountaineering, and riding in Europe and Africa.

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