My experience in Christian Science has been so marvelous that I am perplexed as to where I should begin to relate it. The seed was sown when I was little more than a child, and for more than thirty years this seed lay apparently dormant, but it was slowly and surely leavening the mass of pride, ignorance, and early religious training which filled my consciousness.
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