THE WARFARE THAT IS GRAND

Human life so called is not a vale of tears to one who knows better than to accept it as such. If Christian Science had done nothing more for the human race than disclose the fact that daily experience comprises joy to be realized, not affliction to be borne, it would by that achievement alone have supplied manifold justification for its presence among men.

When this Science, the Comforter promised by Christ Jesus, appeared in 1866 by virtue of the spiritual perception of Mary Baker Eddy, it offered to everyone the weapon with which to challenge successfully the notion that men have reason for pitying themselves, for hanging their heads in gloom over inevitable doom. By so doing it enabled any individual to reverse for himself the thinking of the centuries and to replace seeming tragedy with triumph.

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August 27, 1949
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