The framers of the Atlantic Charter, as it has come to be known, struck a responsive note of hope in the peoples of the world, for few, if any, have escaped the denial of one or more of its four freedoms—freedom from want, freedom from fear, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion.
The world crisis of today is imposing a greater measure of self-discipline on individuals and nations than ever before in the history of civilization, and yet the two greatest leaders the world has ever known, Christ Jesus and Mary Baker Eddy, voluntarily and consistently expressed natural simplicity and self-immolation.
When we take a book into our hands to read, the thoughts pressed between its covers begin to go to work for us.
"Ho, every one that thirsteth,Come ye to the waters,And he that hath no money;Come ye, buy, and eat.
The potent and scientific statement of truth set forth in this familiar hymn is being found demonstrable by many entering the armed forces.
The Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.