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From the April 1918 issue of The Christian Science Journal

While the average mortal has little need to have human affection defined to him, on the other hand he has every need to understand divine Love and to put into practice what he understands of it. We have all had, either in small or in large degree, our experience of human affection, from the unselfish love of the mother for her child to the selfish so called love which so many "lovers" express for the object of their affections.