[Original in French]

From the time I was eleven until I was thirty-one, my life was...

From the time I was eleven until I was thirty-one, my life was practically devoid of religion. Then circumstances led me back to the religion of my childhood. Later, an innate need to understand the spiritual significations of what I had to practice impelled me to mention to friends the little that I had heard before concerning Christian Science. Books were loaned to me, and my study of this religion during these last eighteen years has led me slowly but surely to become a member of its church.

At first I was not looking for a physical healing but for peace of mind. I had to do away with my tendency to criticize the phraseology and the historical accounts. This enabled me to see the logic and truth of the teachings. The words "discipline" and "disciple" have the same root: "to learn."

March 7, 1970
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