INDIVIDUAL WORK

EVERY loyal Christian Scientist is most grateful for The Christian Science Monitor, and is naturally anxious that it may reach as many of his fellow-men as possible. While the various distribution committees are doing most excellent work in this line, it would seem that to obtain the best results their activities must be supplemented by intelligent individual cooperation.

For instance, Mr. B. may receive free copies of the Monitor through the mail; but, if he is a prominent man, he undoubtedly receives many other publications in the same manner, and often they all find their way into the waste-basket, unread. If, however, a friend of Mr. B., who is acquainted with his tastes and interests, is on the lookout for something that will particularly appeal to him, and when he finds it, gives the paper to Mr. B., calling his attention especially to the article, Mr. B. will, in nine cases out of ten, read not only the article itself, but will at least glance over the rest of the paper, and will probably be placed in a more receptive state of mind by gratitude for the thoughtfulness of his friend.

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