Few problems are more difficult for the student of Christian Science to understand and satisfactorily solve than that of human relationships, or our duty to our fellow men. The whole question is such a vital one, and to the human sense so complicated, that we are often tempted to evade it altogether, or to defer the solution to some dim and distant future; yet until we have met and to some extent mastered it, we can make little real progress in our demonstration of Christian Science.
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