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From the April 1942 issue of The Christian Science Journal

And so I find it well to come For deeper rest to this still room. So wrote the poet Whittier in his beautiful defense of the Quaker meeting; and he goes on to say: And from the silence multiplied By these still forms on either side, The world that time and sense have known Falls off and leaves us God alone.