The great interest of the world in the Christian Science movement finds its inception largely in the fact that innately the whole human family is seeking for what it deems to be treasure. With some this treasure seems to he gold, and yet, when it has been acquired,it has often been found to be a burden, a care, rather than a thing of joy and happiness.
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