IN this hour, when the thought of world peace is uppermost in the minds of men, it is gratifying to realize that the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, gave to the world a practical plan for accomplishing this long-cherished world unity.
THE disciples must soon have realized that Christ Jesus' understanding of prayer was something quite different from the formal, ritualistic petitions they were accustomed to offer to the Almighty.
HOW many and varied are the opportunities and blessings which come to all those engaged in the building of a Christian Science church! Far more, indeed, is involved in this true building than simply the erecting of a beautiful visible structure.
IT is fairly safe to assume that there is hardly a single poet, sage, religionist, philosopher, or in fact any seriously thinking person, who has not spent much time in trying to find a satisfying answer to what has been called "the riddle of the universe," or the divine purpose of existence.
WHAT joyful ideas are associated with our thoughts of awakening: dawn; the fading darkness and the rising glow of day; all things new; freshness, renewed courage, hope, and opportunity! David, whose vision clearly transcended even the Summum bonum of human sense, said, "I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness.
THOSE who have had an opportunity of viewing beauty spots of nature, or who have seen them portrayed in sketches or in paintings, will probably realize that the scene which particularly arrests the attention is the one that includes a reflection.