"Nearness, not distance"

While on a summer trip in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, the writer decided to stop beside a backcountry road to study the Lesson-Sermon for that week from the Christian Science Quarterly on the subject of "Mind."

As he sat in a field facing the line of distant hills, blue in the morning sun, the writer noticed the clover, Queen Anne's lace, buttercups, and other wild flowers standing tall enough nearby to figure importantly in the whole picture. Dew still sparkled here and there.

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