One winter evening in 1934, I...

One winter evening in 1934, I accompanied a friend to the midweek meeting of a branch church in London. The sincere testimonies that I heard there, the general atmosphere of gracious good will, and above all the buoyancy I experienced following the meeting, convinced me that there at last was a fully satisfying religion—a religion that worked.

It was the opening of a door to a new world of light, and assured progress in place of the extreme ups and downs in the gathering gloom of former days—days of uncertainty which had brought me to the point where I was sincerely ready to do whatever was right, if only that right could be seen. Christian Science was the answer.

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