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From the October 1896 issue of The Christian Science Journal

This article was later republished in Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896: Mis. 155:15-156:5

Beloved Students :—Because mother has not even the time to read all of her interesting correspondence, and less wherein to answer it (however much she desires to), she hereby requests: First, that you, her students' students, who write such excellent letters to her, will hereafter, as a general rule, send them to the editors of the Christian Science Journal for publication, and thereby give us all the pleasure of hearing from you. If my own students cannot spare time to write to God,— when they address me I shall be apt to forward their letters to Him, as our common Parent, and by way of the Christian Science Journal;  thus fulfilling their moral obligations to furnish some reading matter for our denominational organ.