Who would not be glad if he were told that he had inherited a great legacy? Would he not at once begin to make plans for the future beyond anything that he had formerly contemplated? In so far as he looked for happiness in material goods, he might in that degree be liberated from a restricted sense of living. What then about the great spiritual legacy spoken of by Mary Baker Eddy in her Communion Address of 1896? There, referring to the crucifixion of Jesus, she says (Miscellaneous Writings, p.
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