IN the practice of Christian Science a very sacred and tender relationship is established between patient and practitioner. It may be likened to a little child's placing his hand in that of an elder brother while both go home to father and mother, the little one trustingly confident that his brother knows the way, the brother encouraging and helping onward the footsteps of the child with loving assurance.
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