Those things that we call character in the individual are...

Beacon

[Beacon, Cannon Falls, Minn.]

Those things that we call character in the individual are expressed in the sum total of the life-work; and the ability to work in this sense is also measured by the ability of the individual to lose himself in his work. Work to be of lasting value must be a share of the general work to be done; the lasting good one does, a part of the general good. History shows this to be the one true measure of greatness, and since Mrs. Eddy's work, both as a system of healing and as a religious philosophy, long since passed the experimental point and has become an institution, so Mrs. Eddy's place in the history of her country and of all countries, of the religion of her time and of all times, is defined and certain.

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