A Little Tree

Two students of Christian Science journeyed a short distance by automobile to a secluded spot on the banks of a beautiful river. After traveling through city streets and out upon a public highway, they made an abrupt turn and followed a winding country road which led to woods and hills, and into dales where were flowers, bubbling brooks, and many lovely trees of various forms and shades of color. There were young trees, and other trees that had stood through many years, each one expressing character and beauty. There were fir trees, pine trees, and sturdy oaks—tall, majestic, rugged; and in contrast to these there were dainty birches.

These students joyfully expressed their gratitude for the trees and the ways in which they bless mankind; and they became deeply interested in what they symbolized of God's perfect creation.

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