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From the January 1913 issue of The Christian Science Journal

While concerned only about earthly life, we center our thought upon prolonging it. Hemmed around by the sense of material limitation voiced so pathetically by the psalmist, mortals aim at reaching at least forescore years, though they admit that such an age may be attended by "labor and sorrow," after which they are to be "cut off" and "fly away.