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From the October 1900 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Almost every theme known to man has been classified, amplified, and constituted a science, and the best years of our lives are spent in an absorbing study of these various theories; yet the subject of the most intense interest, the most vital importance to every human being is still, so far as the majority of mankind is concerned, without law or order, left to the dictation of circumstances or individual caprice. The science of living is unlearned, unknown.