LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

London, England, May 5, 1909.

Dearly Beloved Leader:—Today I visited the British Museum with its world-famous collections of rare antiques, and amidst the millions of books in its colossal library I sought out the precious volume, one of the first edition, which you sent them in 1875. After some time I found the identical book, well preserved after its years of usage, and opened it to page 363, the chapter on Physiology, lines 3 and 4. "But what a task! say you, to teach the present age Mind's control over the body." Dear Leader, the present age has learned somewhat this control, through the wonderful example which you, the wayshower to it, have given. On page 456, line I, I read, "Truth cannot be lost; if not admitted today in its fulness, ... future years will point it out, and restore at length the fair proportions and radical claims of Christian Science." This great prophecy is so true, especially of this dear country England; the Cause of Christ is now growing so rapidly here and the wonderful demonstrations at the Wednesday evening meetings are many and beautiful. The thoughts of gratitude for you and your labors of love could fill volumes, and would rejoice your heart to hear.

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