Thought, not circumstance, the answer to the heart's need

A HELPFUL REBUKE

When the writer was a young Christian Scientist, she was uprooted from the surroundings with which she had been familiar since childhood and went to live in a distant state. The way of life in the new town was radically different from the one to which she was accustomed.

For some time she was most unhappy and discontented. Her heart was filled with self-pity. At last she took her problem to a Christian Science practitioner and ended her plaint with the words, " There is no one in the town with whom I want to associate."

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