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The night was warm; the night was still.
The air was soft and sweet.
Above the trees and river calm
the moon rose full, complete.
So big and round, a perfect sphere,
Mind's fullness, undivided, whole.
And then I realized
that when the world says incomplete
(full moon does not appear)
it makes no difference to the truth.
I never doubt the sphere.
The fullness of God's being, ours:
the manhood, fearless, strong,
the womanhood, so tender, pure,
to each and all belong.
Whatever mortal mind claims real—
however incomplete I feel—
this cannot touch the wondrous fact
that I am now complete, intact.
JEANNE STEELY LAITNER
Upward Flight with Both Wings
MARGARET G. S. TIDEY
Maxine Le Pelley
The World Mission of Christian Science
GERALD A. NEWMAN
Seeking and Finding Good
PHYLLIS W. YOUNG
"A new commandment"
RUTH C. BARLOW
"A rule in Christian Science"
Helen Wood Bauman
Carl J. Welz
Mrs. Eddy found words to convey...
Katherine Marie Chun
Our Leader. Mrs. Eddy, says on...
Gertruida S. Roome
About three years ago, I awoke...
The Bible says of God (Job 22:21),...
Jo Ann Seeley
Recently I passed through...
Josephine S. Dant
I first heard of Christian Science...
Marjorie I. Barns
In "We Knew Mary Baker Eddy,"...
Frances A. McCorkindale
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Paul Tillich, Walter Whitbread