Letters from the Field

"It was a great privilege to have been allowed to spend a short ten days amid so much peace, quiet joy, and loving care as are to be found at the Christian Science sanatorium, near Boston; for all of which I am very deeply grateful. Wherever one went, orderliness, efficiency, and cooperation were evident.

"Although I had not gone there for any illness, yet I have to express further gratitude for the fact that during my stay, without any specific treatment, I was able to leave off using eyeglasses, which I had begun to adopt some time previously. I can now read the smallest print without them. I attribute this result to the uplifting thought that met one on all sides in this beautiful organization.

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