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EXCERPTS FROM THE CHAPTER "MARRIAGE" IN SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES BY MARY BAKER EDDY
"Union of the masculine and feminine qualities constitutes completeness. The masculine mind reaches a higher tone through certain elements of the feminine, while the feminine mind gains courage and strength through masculine qualities. ... Both sexes should be loving, pure, tender, and strong" (p. 57).
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