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A LESSON FROM A REDBIRD

From the March 1928 issue of The Christian Science Journal


AT break of day on a bitterly cold morning a student of Christian Science, who derived considerable pleasure from putting out food for the birds, even though sparrows oftentimes seemed to be the only ones that came to the repast, upon opening the door was greeted with the strong, clear notes of a cardinal. Looking up, he saw the bird perched on the topmost limb of a near-by tree.