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From the September 1918 issue of The Christian Science Journal

It is now generally agreed that all real progress in human welfare is marked, not so much by material discovery and invention, as by a better understanding of and a truer love for God and man. The possession of many of the present day material inventions, when unaccompanied by substantial growth Godward, may work against, rather than for, the world's true betterment.