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From the February 1932 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The word "simplicity" has several significations, but as here used it is to be understood as being straightforward, sincere, natural, true, free from artifice or duplicity, without affectation or artificiality. In speech, action, and manner one may emulate simplicity, but in its purity it may best be found behind the gates of truth that open with the key of love.