30grow out of even this pleasing thraldom, and find wings to reach the glory of supersensible Life; then we shall
1soar above, as the bird in the clear ether of the blue tem- poral sky.
3To take all earth's beauty into one gulp of vacuity and label beauty nothing, is ignorantly to caricature God's creation, which is unjust to human sense and
6to the divine realism. In our immature sense of spirit- ual things, let us say of the beauties of the sensuous universe: "I love your promise; and shall know, some
9time, the spiritual reality and substance of form, light, and color, of what I now through you discern dimly; and knowing this, I shall be satisfied. Matter is a frail con-
12ception of mortal mind; and mortal mind is a poorer representative of the beauty, grandeur, and glory of the immortal Mind."
15Please inform us, through your Journal, if you sent Mrs. — to — . She said that you sent her there to look after the students; and also, that no one there was working
18in Science, — which is certainly a mistake.
I never commission any one to teach students of mine. After class teaching, he does best in the investigation of
21Christian Science who is most reliant on himself and God. My students are taught the divine Principle and rules of the Science of Mind-healing. What they need
24hereafter is to study thoroughly the Scriptures and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." To watch and pray, to be honest, earnest, loving, and truth-
27ful, is indispensable to the demonstration of the truth they have been taught.
If they are haunted by obsequious helpers, who, un-
30called for, imagine they can help anybody and steady God's altar — this interference prolongs the struggle
1and tends to blight the fruits of my students. A faith- ful student may even sometimes feel the need of