(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

EARLY CHIMES, DECEMBER, 1898
page 731


EARLY CHIMES, DECEMBER, 1898



   Before the Christmas bells shall ring, allow me
to improvise some new notes, not specially musical
to be sure, but admirably adapted to the key of my
feeling and emphatically phrasing strict observance or
note well.
   This year, my beloved Christian Scientists, you must
grant me my request that I be permitted total exemption
from Christmas gifts.  Also I beg to send to you all a
deep-drawn, heartfelt breath of thanks for those things
of beauty and use forming themselves in your thoughts
to send to your Leader.  Thus may I close the door of
mind on this subject, and open the volume of Life on
the pure pages of impersonal presents, pleasures, achievements,
and aid.



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