Shutting Out Error

It was late afternoon of a spring day. In a Christian Science Reading Room the slanting rays of a golden sunset fell across the floor. Busy with routine work and much absorbed in her task, the librarian sat at her desk, while the occupants of the study room read or quietly engaged in prayer and meditation. Sweet peace and quietness reigned throughout the place.

Suddenly through an open window came shrill cries and angry voices, filling the room with a hubbub of discordant sounds. A group of small boys had been engaged in a game of marbles in the street directly under the window. Evidently a dispute had arisen among them, and, judging from the sounds, all were striving to voice their displeasure and to state their opinions at once.

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