The Weed's Root Must Be Cut

Everyone who has worked in a garden, or on a farm, knows how futile it is to cut off the top of a weed, and fail to cut its root. The hidden root remains to sprout again. The one sure way to be rid of the weed is to destroy its root.

So it is with sickness and disease. It need lessen in no way one's respect for the honest and sincere efforts of those engaged in material methods of healing to point out that such systems have failed to discover the root cause of ill-health. Their efforts are sincerely directed to free men from discords, the primary cause of which they do not know.

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