A UNIVERSAL VIEW-POINT

For some time after the Monitor first came into our home, we read the head-lines, an occasional article, and then turned to the special article on the Home Forum page, as with our regular Science reading, the daily papers, and the weekly and monthly magazines which had already become established with us, there seemed to be no time for a thorough perusal of another paper.

Nevertheless, the Monitor made a strong appeal to us from the beginning. The clear type, attractive illustrations, and comprehensive head-lines bespoke the intelligence and system which characterized all the Christian Science publications; but we failed at that time to grap the wonderful resources of the paper. Gradually it presented to us more and more subject-matter, delightfully told and especially applicable to the lines of thought we were pursuing, until there came a time when the paper as a whole had established itself in the home, and we were glad to give to it the first place in our general reading.

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