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Many years before I'd even heard of Christian Science, really, and prior to my study and practice of the religion itself, I had an experience that brought me closer to this Science than I ever imagined it would.

I was taking the train back to Rhode Island after a weekend in New York. I don't even remember where or when I picked up a copy of The Christian Science Monitor. I sat in the smoking section of the trains that they had in those days and read the paper through on the way home. Just a few glances at the pages told me that I was reading a paper that engaged its readers with a quality that few other papers did or could.

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