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From the October 1917 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Nearly every beginner in the study of Christian Science sooner or later reaches the place where he lets himself become disturbed over what somebody else is doing—or not doing. This "somebody else" is usually a student of Christian Science like himself, but one who in degree of understanding is so much farther advanced that the beginner in his youthful enthusiasm has come to regard him as an infallible example for every one to follow.