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From the June 1916 issue of The Christian Science Journal

IT is comparatively easy for one to enumerate the myriad ways in which human love is made manifest: in giving and withholding; in sacrifice and surrender; in patience, tenderness, forgiveness, and so on through a list that would swell to large proportions if each should add his own special definition of what constitutes a genuine expression of love. Yet higher than merely human love, because the very source from which it springs, is Love divine; and a recognition of this, and its universality, leads one to enter a new world, for Love rightly understood meets every need of humanity.