The teaching of Christian Science, that disease is not real, is not always hospitably received, even in quarters where it is most needed; yet it is the best friend of the sick, for it offers them the only means of escape. If disease were real in the way that love and goodness are, it would indeed be a sad outlook, for mankind would forever be attended with its haunting fears and pains.
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