Letters from the Field

"Words fail to express to you my gratitude for all the love and help that I received while I had the great privilege of being a guest in our beautiful home, the Sanatorium of The Christian Science Benevolent Association.

"During the first part of my stay at the Sanatorium I was almost helpless. The hands seemed to be of little use, and many other things were inharmonious. So you see many material laws have been broken, for which I am very grateful. I think one of the greatest blessings in my life is that I have had the privilege of being there, where the Christ, Truth, is so beautifully expressed to all. In its atmosphere I have gained a greater desire to get a larger understanding of Christian Science. I have learned many wonderful lessons from the associates and all the dear nurses; and, in fact, from all with whom I came in touch.

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