Chelsea, S. W., March 2, 1910.

Dearest Leader:—My wife and I have just reached England, and I want, by the very first mail, to write and thank you for finding time, in the midst of all your work, to see us and talk to us when we were in Boston. It was a joy beyond words to both of us to find you looking so well, nor shall we ever forget your words of love and of encouragement. You have proved, and are hourly proving, by your obedience to Truth, the utter powerlessness and unreality of evil, and we know that just as we are faithful to your teaching we shall be able to prove this for ourselves.

Daily, as I go about, I find in every direction the evidence of your work for humanity. In coming home we had as a steward a man who told us how, a year or so ago, his wife had left a doctor's consulting-room doomed to a terrible operation, and how a Christian Scientist healed her without recourse to that operation. On landing I found a letter from a well-known man, in a far-off corner of Africa, telling me how he had just had a visit from an Anglo-Dutch farmer, who came in search of information about Christian Science, owing to the healing of a girl in the neighborhood, who had been "transformed from a bad invalid into a healthy, happy woman."

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