MOUNTAIN CLIMBING

Near my old home in Vermont stands Mt. Killington, and I have climbed its rugged sides many times. The experiences which one has in mountain climbing are so similar to those which we have in attempting to reach the heights in Christian Science, that since taking up its study I have often been reminded of those early trips. In going up the mountain we always had to keep very close to our guide, or there was danger of our wandering into the wrong path and being lost; so in Christian Science we learn very early in our study that we have to keep close to divine Principle, or there is danger of wandering into wrong paths, thus getting into difficulties from which it is hard to extricate ourselves. Mrs. Eddy says in one of her hymns (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 398),—

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