Letters from the Field

"As a recent guest for three weeks in the Christian Science sanatorium, I found 'green pastures' and 'still waters' exemplified in the wondrous atmospher of peace, quietness, and harmony that prevailed everywhere. I was led to the sanatorium for refreshment and adjustment, both of which I received to a marvelous extent. Words are inadequate to express my gratitude for the healing inspiration received, and for the opportunity of quiet, undisturbed study, wherein our beloved Leader's writings were especially illumined.

"One of the greatest teachings that unfolded to me there was the power and protection of scientific right thought; a haven; a stronghold; an impregnable fortress to all evil suggestion. How I prize this clearer understanding! Then the beauty of consecrated service,—so loving and unselfish! One soon knows the secret of it: watching and praying for that Christ-mind to be manifested, all pressing 'toward the mark,' thus bringing out an harmonious sense which all may rest in and be healed.

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The Christian Science Pleasant View Home
November 1, 1924
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