Co-operation

In the present emergency, the necessity for co-operation in the effort to vanquish the enemies of freedom and spiritual progress is proving that it is possible for men of good will to work together. This lesson, which is being learned during the war effort, should be continued in the peace settlement and its administration.

Co-operation is one of the fundamental rules of civilization. It is as basic in the family as in civic or in world groups. Indeed, national and international problems are family problems on a larger scale. So it becomes evident that the first place to begin to demonstrate harmony and co-operation is in the home.

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Practicing Christian Science
May 29, 1943
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