There is a good element in human consciousness, however variable it may be with the individual. It is evidenced by the ever-present, never-failing milk of human kindness. People have always tended to respond to the needs of their fellow men.

Apart from self-interest, service of humanity has been the great concern of society, out of which have grown charitable organizations and also the systems of thought and endeavor known as the social sciences, which deal with the problems of humanity. Efforts to meet human need humanly are palliative rather than curative. Witness to this is the ever-increasing human need under such care. This does not, however, impugn the milk of human kindness, and Christian Scientists are in hearty accord with all sincere intention, even though they may have reservations as to the methods used.

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