Christian Science Unburdens the Business-Man

To the business-man Christian Science comes with a message that is hardly less than startling. Business is based on rules and methods evolved out of usage and regarded as practical, thorough, and efficient. These rules and methods attach to a theory of results, and the lamentable flaw in the system is that the most faithful adherence to the rules may still not bring an expected end. Discouragement follows, and the business-man is bewildered because his very fidelity to honesty has apparently meant so little to his cause.

Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 252), "encourages and empowers the business man and secures the success of honesty." This statement bespeaks the penetration of its author as surely as it announces an efficacious and rounded remedy for the ills which most heavily beset the commercial field.

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