Spiritual Activity

"In the material world, thought has brought to light with great rapidity many useful wonders. With like activity have thought's swift pinions been rising towards the realm of the real, to the spiritual cause of those lower things which give impulse to inquiry." "Our Master taught spirituality by similitudes and parables." So Mrs. Eddy writes on pages 268 and 117 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures."

In an upper room in our home is a small apparatus, assembled by a young man, which is interesting him and his elders, as harmonious tones and verbal messages from long distances are transmitted through it—not only conveyed through it, but received by ears which are temporarily closed to outside sounds and opened to these transmitted ones. This is called "listening in."

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