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I—YOU—HE—SHE

From the July 1955 issue of The Christian Science Journal


When we think, talk, and pray we use the personal pronouns I, you, he, she, we, they, in their various forms, probably more often than almost any other class of words. Note how often you think and speak the personal pronouns, and you may be surprised at the place they have in your consciousness.