A Song in the Night

While she was struggling in vain to solve a problem in the middle of the night, the attention of a student of Christian Science was suddenly drawn to the cheery, sweet notes of a little canary bird singing in the darkness of an adjoining room. This was such an unusual occurrence that the student's thought was immediately uplifted to join in a song of joy and praise—and then she found peace.

It is said that during the World War, while a battle was raging fiercely, skylarks were seen to rise from the ground, winging their way straight up into the blue, singing sweetly and clearly as they rose, utterly regardless of the destruction below them. Oh, that humankind might rise above the testimony of the material senses, trust the loving Father's care and, through understanding, be oblivious to error's din and confusion!

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Spirituality
July 31, 1937
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