Your articles are sharp and witty, always written from a broad-minded perspective. Each issue delights me when it arrives. They are a breath of fresh air. Please tell that guardian angel who sends me the Sentinel to keep it up.

Emilio Alvarez
Holquin, Cuba

I'd like to tell you how very grateful I am for the Sentinel of September 30 on Mary Baker Eddy and the newly opened Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity. This issue sets out clearly the motivation for the Library, and should stop some of the conjecturing of what Mrs. Eddy would think about having her papers and letters opened to the public. None of us can divine what Mrs. Eddy would think; however, seeing what she said and considering her own statement: "Christian Science must be accepted at this period by induction" (Science and Health, p. 461), we can accept "by induction" that she would approve of the Library because her love of mankind drove her to fulfill her mission, which endures because of the continuity of that all-embracing love.

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