LETTERS

I recently received the February 20 Sentinel on "The selling of sickness." As I read, I thought how brave you were to tackle the seeming Goliath head on, and how grateful I was that you had.

The very next morning I read in Miscellaneous Writings 1883—1896, p. 213, Mrs. Eddy's words: "No risk is so stupendous as to neglect opportunities which God giveth, and not to forewarn and forearm our fellow-mortals against the evil which, if seen, can be destroyed." Right on, I thought, following her guidance.

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