The Boy Scout movement is emphasized as an aid to conservation by conservation by Gifford Pinchot, former chief forester, who says of it: "There are very many reasons why I believe in the Boy Scouts; one of the first of them is that I do not see how it is possible for any good scout to grow up without becoming a good forester.
The last chapter of Deuteronomy and the first two chapters of Joshua narrate an incident of that memorable journey of the Israelites to the promised land which will prove helpful and instructive and well repay careful study on the part of Christian Scientists.
Many students of Christian Science have doubtless passed through that stage wherein, with hearts filled with gratitude to God for healing, and with wonder at the clear, forceful logic of Christian Science, they have found themselves, in the exuberance of their joy, casting about for a convenient hill-top from which to proclaim the glad tidings to the world; have felt, too, the disappointment which comes when one's message is received with incredulous smiles, if not open antagonism, by those whom they most desire to interest in this new-found truth which has done so much for themselves.
The chastening influence of self-knowledge through which the loyal Scientist passes is a searching period, attended with surprising discoveries, bare-faced and humiliating.
Those who have studied Christian Science know that as they recognize the Principle of its teachings the unreality of any form of discord becomes apparent.
One great source of wealth is exchange One gardener may have two hoes and no spade, another two spades and no hoe.