Part I

An Interview: with a Space Scientist

The great Russian space scientist, Tsiolkovsky, said, "The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind will not stay in the cradle forever." Quoted in Soviet Space Exploration: The First Decade by William Shelton, pp. 12, 13;

The universe is the domain of man. For centuries men have thought they were trapped on the earth and couldn't get away. Going to the moon, Mars, or Venus is a matter of expanding our human concept of what our place is in the universe.

That reminds me of what Mrs. Eddy writes, "Pilgrim on earth, thy home is heaven; stranger, thou are the guest of God." Science and Health, p. 254;

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Unconditional Surrender
September 5, 1970

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