For a considerable number of years the writer's work kept him in small and far-distant outposts of the Field, where it was literally a case of building from the two or three gathered together in the name of Christian Science. He often looks back with gratitude to the many helpful lessons learned through having been with one such tiny group until after it had grown into a branch of The Mother Church, and also through having had some part in the early steps of another group which later led to its recognition as a Christian Science Society.
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