Love's Power

The writer is one of those who are grateful for physical benefits, but most thankful for the understanding of God as Love as a practical basis from which to work out human problems. Not long ago there came to me an added proof that my conviction on this point is well grounded.

While I was engaged in teaching, a boy was attending our school who had the name of being the bad boy of the community. His record was one of stealing, cheating, and lying, and though the principal had scolded, punished, and suspended him, there was no apparent change. One term he fell of my lot, and the other teachers offered me their sympathy, for, as they said, he kept things stirred up. I paid little attention to him until he began to annoy me considerably, and then I knew it was time to awake to the demands of Truth.

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