The world at large has little idea of its indebtedness to Christian Science and its Discoverer and Founder. Christian Scientists do not complain of this lack of perception, because they realize that some understanding of Christian Science itself and of the falsity of common beliefs must be acquired before the good actually being done can be rightly appreciated.
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