From 1908 to the Jet Age

"There is no law to oppose God's purpose"

The daily printing of The Christian Science Monitor in Los Angeles and in London, as well as in Boston, made possible by jet transport facilities, brings to my thought the day in 1908 when the mailman brought my mother a copy of the Christian Science Sentinel. Opening it, she saw the announcement that an international daily newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor, would soon be published. My mother later discerned that this publication would help improve the thoughts of mankind.

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