In the "Talks on Health" column in your issue of December 9,...

Bolton Standard

In the "Talks on Health" column in your issue of December 9, a Family Doctor discusses "Nature the Healer," and instances some of the many different things on which people rely to bring about healing, implying that they would get well just the same without these reliances. He overlooks, however, the great effect which faith in the different means employed has on the individual, and the greater or lesser degree of calm and confidence it produces in place of fear and distress.

He says that "the most sensible view of all" is that of the tiny tot who believes that mother's kisses make him better. But if we knew with confident assurance that we could turn to the one creator, to the Father-Mother God, who is infinite Love, for our healing, would not such a faith be the perfect one and certain to heal?

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