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From the August 1917 issue of The Christian Science Journal

What is known as Christian Science treatment is often misunderstood by those who are not students of this Science, and is imperfectly understood even by some who are, that phase of treatment commonly called "paying the practitioner" being as little understood as the rest. A frequent misconception is that the definite provision of pay for a practitioner is solely for the benefit of the practitioner, whereas it is of at least equal benefit to the one who seeks help.