To Our Readers

FIND AN ACCOUNT from history of mankind's struggles for rights, and you're bound to find extraordinary examples of selflessness, courage, patience, inspiration, and conviction rising to the occasion. History confirms that such good and powerful qualities cannot be forever kept down or snuffed out, even by the worst of human conditions.

One hundred years ago, in a Communion address to her Church, Mary Baker Eddy explained what propels these uplifting and empowering qualities, and why they rise again and again within each of us to proclaim man's God-ordained freedom. She said, "Truth crushed to earth springs spontaneously upward, and whispers to the breeze man's inalienable birthright—Liberty." The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany. p. 128 .

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