"AS A LITTLE CHILD"

"When you see dimly, then ask as a little child for light, and continue to pray to Love for it, and the help will come and Love with it," so counsels Mary Baker Eddy, as recorded in the Sentinel (Vol. XXXIX, p. 270). Mrs. Eddy's love for children is well known. She held in high esteem their purity of thought and natural receptivity to good. The innocence of the child thought expects good and receives it.

A little boy who had met with a severe accident causing an unlovely facial blemish soon went on with his play, frequently singing these words from one of Mrs. Eddy's poems (Poems, p. 75):

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