THE true meaning of the word substance was brought very forcibly to the attention of the writer, a short time since, through the earnest appeal of a friend, a man of education, who was honestly and sincerely seeking to learn more about Science. He had, however, the common trouble of being unable to distinguish between sense and Soul, the material and the spiritual, and was greatly concerned to know why man's physical body, so plain to be seen, is not substance.
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