WHAT ARE WE CHERISHING?

Once when she received a gift from a beloved aunt, the writer devoted much time and thought to composing a note to her which would fully express her gratitude and appreciation. "I will always cherish it," she finally wrote, in heartfelt sincerity, knowing that those words best expressed her feeling.

It was on the following morning that the word "cherish" began to stand out more definitely to the writer, both in its negative and positive meanings. While she was spending a refreshing hour studying "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, she read the following passage (p. 411): "Whatever is cherished in mortal mind as the physical condition is imaged forth on the body."

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