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"I will place them"
Place is something from which no one can separate himself. It is coincident with identity and life. Millions of mortals feel they are without any satisfactory place in which to live or work. Yet each has a place, however unsatisfactory it may seem to be.
But one of the most serious problems the United Nations have to solve is how to aid fifty million men and women, displaced by the war, to find a suitable place in which to live and to work. In many other countries large numbers are seeking to find a place where they can be adequately housed and happily active. The question of a satisfactory place for the individual is one of the major problems of human society.
Many who have what others would consider a satisfactory place are dissatisfied with the place they have. And yet, let it be remembered, no one can be without some sense of place, be it a cellar, an attic, a mansion, or an open desert. Place and life go together.
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"Life's burdens light"
Spiritual Ideas Are Substance
CLARA B. STRICKLAND
ELIZABETH L. HANSEN
Church and Home
"Nevertheless at thy word"
MARGARET R. BURLINGAME
The Ascending Path
Discharge from the Service?
"I will place them"
Paul Stark Seeley
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Johanna H. Griffiths
EDITH COONLEY HOWES
For quite some time I have been...
Newell A. Frye with contributions from Hilma Frye
A beautiful proof of God's...
Judson Pomory McMillan with contributions from Helen M. Mullin
When Christian Science was first...
Maude Oursler Wandell
Doubts and fears concerning...
Lois M. Conover
It is with a heart full of gratitude...
Anna Griffiths Marcusen
For approximately twenty-six...
Frances E. Mackelcan Mears
Having received the blessings...
Nancy T. Unwin
The Mount of Vision
ELINOR NICHOLL CARTER
Signs of the Times
with contributions from C. R. McBride, Herbert Barnes