LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

Macon, Ga., June 10, 1909. Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Dear Mrs. Eddy:—Your statement of June 7 contains some of the most luminous, inspiring, and comforting things that have ever been penned, and in loving and grateful appreciation I desire to thank you. When you say, "I do not regard this attack upon me as a trial, for when these things cease to bless they will cease to occur," you not only give great comfort and unbounded joy to your friends, but to my mind you say the best thing that has ever been said on the mystery of seeming evil in a world of real good. Certainly it is heaven on earth to be grateful for all that is seen and known to be good, and to look upon what seem to be our severest trials and testings, not as trials, but as things that "will cease to occur" when they "cease to bless."

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