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From the April 1890 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Two letters arrived to-day in the same mail.

The first, from an earnest student of Christian Science who reads the true literature, and tries intellectually to comprehend what she reads. She writes: '"The Way,' by Mrs. Eddy, deserves careful study, but what is humility in the Spiritual sense of the word?"

The second is from a Christian Scientist, past sixty years of age, who is landlady of a busy hotel in a pleasant Western village and railway junction. Scarcity of "help" in that section keeps her with many cares and activities; yet she always finds time to be "about her Father's business," and never turns away one "hungering for bread," either material or Spiritual.

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