THE LESSON OF THE SWIMMING POOL

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Do you like to swim? Patty did, and many were the happy hours she spent in the beautiful pool in her garden. Her father had given her lessons in swimming and diving, and she was very obedient in doing what he told her to do. However, one of the best lessons she learned was not about swimming, but about the swimming pool!

In her class at school was a little girl who seemed to be unfriendly to everyone. She would not take part in games and was not happy or ready to answer questions in the classroom. The other children tried to be kind to her, but when she would not reply they began to be unloving toward her also. When Patty spoke of this at home her mother reminded her that as a Christian Scientist it was her duty to see that every kind of error is unreal and that is seen through love alone.

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