THE Christian Scientist, perhaps more than most individuals, gleans lessons of deep spiritual significance from the seemingly trivial experiences and commonplace activities of the day. Jesus asked of his disciples, "Having eyes, see ye not? and having ears, hear ye not?" implying that something more than appears to the so-called physical senses of sight and hearing may be found in those things which daily and hourly are impressing themselves, consciously or unconsciously, upon thought.
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