"How to gather, how to sow"

[Of Special Interest to Children]

A small boy and his sister were walking early one summer evening with their mother along a narrow path at the edge of a rocky hillside. They had, just been singing Mary Baker Eddy's hymn "Feed My Sheep" (Poems, p.14). They liked to sing, and often sang with their mother the songs that they had learned in the Christian Science Sunday School.

"What does it mean, Mother, 'Hew to gather, how to sow'?" asked little Joe. He was thinking of the first few lines of the hymn:

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