AT eight o'clock on a Saturday morning some time ago, a young man visited a Christian Scientist and asked for help. "I am in very deep waters," he said, "and while I have considerable faith in Christian Science, because of both the direct and indirect contact I have had with it, and also because of what I know it is accomplishing in the world at large, still I do not see how it can possibly do much for me at this particular time,—but I want you to treat me.
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