Mary Baker Eddy's Comments that refer to herself and her writings in the Christian Science periodicals are not historic relics, but very relevant to today's Journal readers and writers. Here are a few examples: In 1891, she observed that at one point the Journal had mentioned her so frequently that it became "ridiculous.
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