Bud and Blossom

As the bleakness of winter yields to the appeal of spring, the bud loosens, expands, unfurls, and lo! the flower. Spring is a time of unfoldment, expression, fruition of long pent-up promises.

In human experience there may be periods of bleakness, of sorrow, reserve; and many an individual is aware of right desires secreted in his heart, but as yet undeveloped. Christian Science calls these desires into full expression through the law of good; and throughout this process of reaching up to a higher standard the bud of promise should be shielded from harshness or discouragement either from within or from without.

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May 7, 1932
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