Miscellaneous Writings (1883-1896) by Mary Baker Eddy
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

ADVICE TO STUDENTS
page 192



MISC 303


of labor, to work for the race; they are lights that cannot
be hid, and need only to shine from their home summits
to be sought and found as healers physical and
moral.
   The kindly shepherd has his own fold and tends his
own flock.  Christian students should have their own
institutes and, unmolested, be governed by divine Love
alone in teaching and guiding their students.  When
wisdom garrisons these strongholds of Christian Science,
peace and joy, the fruits of Spirit, will rest upon us all.
We are brethren in the fullest sense of that word; therefore
no queries should arise as to "who shall be
greatest."  Let us serve instead of rule, knock instead of
push at the door of human hearts, and allow to each
and every one the same rights and privileges that we
claim for ourselves.  If ever I wear out from serving
students, it shall be in the effort to help them to obey
the Ten Commandments and imbibe the spirit of Christ's
Beatitudes.



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