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How routine and humdrum the manifold tasks of life can seem! To many of us life is repetitious, overshadowed by monotony, depression, and gloom. Shakespeare graphically describes this mortal sense of existence:
To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day
To the last syllable of recorded time.
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The Divine Purpose
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
Self-discipline and Sharing
MIRIAM BECKHOFF DAMSGAARD
BARBARA BLECH DUNBAR
Who Am I? Where Should I Go?
PIERRE DAVIS PHILLIPS
SPEAK TO ME, LORD
Oma Olna Martin
Are We Problem Parents?
MATTIE PERRY TURNER
Lip Service—or Fervent Petition?
KATHERINE ANNE LYDER STOFFEL
"His rest shall be glorious"
Alan A. Aylwin
William Milford Correll
I am very grateful for Christian Science
Armintha M. Barnes
The healing I am about to relate has brought me beautiful spiritual...
Delia Dora Delfino
I have depended upon Christian Science for healing for many...
Marjorie S. Willcox with contributions from Nicholas R. Leaycraft
When I became seriously ill with a nervous breakdown about...
Martha Ann Larsen
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 355 - How Can You Say Life Is Wonderful?
Leslie Range with contributions from Philip Metcalf
Signs of the Times
Sir Arthur Lewis