"The evergreen of Soul"

In the Preface to "Miscellaneous Writings" (pp. ix, x) Mary Baker Eddy makes this statement: "The fleeting freshness of youth, however, is not the evergreen of Soul; the coloring glory of perpetual bloom; the spiritual glow and grandeur of a consecrated life wherein dwelleth peace, sacred and sincere in trial or in triumph."

As one ponders this statement, thought turns naturally toward the grand lesson which is given by the evergreen trees. The evergreens retain their beauty and vigor throughout the seasons, normal or abnormal, from year to year. They are promissory of the glorious agelessness of the primal perfection of Life, Soul, God.

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