In the daily process of expanding our knowledge of God and of working out our route from the human basis of belief to the divine understanding of being, we sometimes find it necessary to work persistently and long on one particular phase of spiritualization of thought and life.
What a comfort it is to know that the material sense picture of happiness as evasive and illusive is not the truth of happiness! Happiness appears to be evasive and illusive, not because of any lack or absence of it, but because of mankind's ignorance of what happiness really is and where it is to be found.
In writing to a branch church regarding its dedication, Mary Baker Eddy lovingly counseled, "May God's little ones cluster around this rock-ribbed church like tender nestlings in the crannies of the rocks, and preen their thoughts for upward flight".
Some nine years ago, due to an accumulation of mortal beliefs and fears and to discordant family relationships, I was having severe headaches, sleepless nights, and nervous convulsions followed by complete exhaustion.