Sooner or later practically every boy and girl begins to look out for a position.
Arrayed in silken robes, how poor am I;Bedecked with gems, alas! I am not gay;Though served with nectared draft, athirst I sigh;Lo! I have naught to-day.
In a review of "Hinduism Invades America," a book by Wendell Thomas, in your issue of December 25, 1930, there appears the assertion that Hinduism is indirectly "affecting American thought, as in the movements of Christian Science, theosophy, and new-thought, which embody much Hindu philosophy in their teaching.
It would appear from the letter which was published in your issue of the 12th of March that the writer found the recent lecture on Christian Science difficult to understand.
Your issue of July 5 contains the synopsis of an address in which the speaker inferred that Christian Science denied the "Deity of Christ.
The literate population of the Malay Peninsula is scattered mainly in a narrow belt some five hundred miles along the western side.
For everyone who has a human or finite concept of his own existence, this concept itself must be his main problem.
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Who among us will say that he has attained to perfection; that he has already demonstrated the perfect man?
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Editorial Department regarding lectures in the United States and Canada, at least four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least eight weeks before.
In 1905, during a severe illness, I was suddenly deprived of my sight.
While I was a guest in the Christian Science Sanatorium in Arden Wood at San Francisco, a sense of gratitude such as I have never before experienced filled my thought.
I am indeed grateful for Christian Science and for what it has done for me.
Through Christian Science my life has been entirely transformed: sadness has given place to joy, fear and anxiety have been replaced by the greatest serenity—all this through the understanding and application of Mrs.
My attention was first called to Christian Science by a neighbor who brought me a copy of the Christian Science Sentinel at a time when one of my children was sick.
Christian Science is everything to me.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I testify to the many blessings which have come to me and mine through the study and application of the truth as revealed to us in the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
The writing of this testimony is actuated by many thoughts of deep gratitude for the privilege of knowing Christian Science, for membership in a branch church, and for the loving work of practitioners, who are indeed watchmen on the walls.
I have received so much help from the testimonies in the Journal and Sentinel that I should like to add mine to the great chorus that is singing, "The Lord God omnipotent reigneth.
I am deeply grateful for what Christian Science has done for me, and wish to give my testimony of healing.
The soothing touch, the quiet peaceThat comes to us like morning lightWhen we are willing to releaseOur thoughts from self—the darkest night!
[Sir John Fischer Williams, in the Century, New York, New York]
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