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From the December 1956 issue of The Christian Science Journal

A Little girl stood gazing out over a beautiful landscape, brilliant with color. She was enchanted by the view, and turning to her mother, she exclaimed, "Aren't we grateful that God made everything in technicolor?" This incident brought to the writer's thought the deep gratitude which flooded her consciousness when she began the study of Christian Science and discovered that spiritual beauty, color, symmetry, and radiancy are essential qualities of God's creation—wholly spiritual.