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Despite the clouds which appear from time to time in our...

From the September 1906 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The Cosmopolitan


Despite the clouds which appear from time to time in our social atmosphere, I seem to become sensible more and more of a luminous atmosphere of faith, which, like the ether that we breathe, overhangs and envelops us all. This is faith, not in forms of belief, but in the infinite good to attain which must ever constitute the greatest effort of which humanity is capable.