[Translated from the German]

Neither pen nor paper can possibly convey my sense of...

Neither pen nor paper can possibly convey my sense of gratitude for Christian Science, since all I am owe to it, and all the joy of living which had departed from me has returned through this blessed religion. I can give only faint expression to the happiness which has come into my life.

In January, 1912, under the stress of hard work and great grief I broke down completely, and for months hovered between life and death. It seemed impossible that I should live, and yet I could not die. The physician under whose care I had put myself said that he could not die. The physician under whose care I had put myself said that he could not continue treating me alone, in view of the fact that weeks had gone by without any result worth mentioning. Thereupon we called a specialist from Milwaukee, who after examining me said that I had gall-stones and later would have to be operated on. I was only slightly benefited by the medicines which I had taken since the beginning of my illness, and my stomach caused me almost constant distress, so that I could eat hardly anything.

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