"Into noontide glory"

A high school boy, who as long as he could remember had regarded himself as a Christian Scientist, went to one of his teachers, also a Christian Scientist, and said that he was not satisfied with what Christian Science was doing for him, and that he was considering dropping it. The teacher, who knew him very well, pointed out that it was not Christian Science that was proving unsatisfactory to him, but his own outgrown concept of it.

"You have been trying to get along with about the same understanding of Science that you had in kindergarten," he said; "and that is rather like trying to get along with the velocipede that you had then."

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