(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

A LETTER FROM OUR LEADER
page 820


A LETTER FROM OUR LEADER



   With our Leader's kind permission, the Sentinel is
privileged to publish her letter of recent date, addressed
to Mr. John C. Higdon of St. Louis, Mo.  This letter
is especially interesting on account of its beautiful tribute
to Free Masonry.

   Beloved Student: - Your interesting letter was handed
to me duly.  This is my earliest moment in which to
answer it.
   "Know Thyself," the title of your gem quoted, is
indeed a divine command, for the morale of Free Masonry
is above ethics - it touches the hem of his garment
who spake divinely.
   It was truly Masonic, tender, grand in you to remember
me as the widow of a Mason.  May you and I and all
mankind meet in that hour of Soul where are no partings,
no pain.
                                        Lovingly yours in Christ,
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Pleasant View, Concord, N. H.,
                                        February 9, 1906



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