In the dislocations of a wartime economy numerous individuals have changed from congenial vocations to unfamiliar and perhaps monotonous or hazardous tasks. Christian Scientists who are called upon to make these trying adjustments will not need the mesmeric appeal and support of popular catchwords and slogans, but will turn instead to their knowledge of the truth of being, and, in its practical application to present needs, gain a higher concept of employment.
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