(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

A LETTER FROM MRS. EDDY
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A LETTER FROM MRS. EDDY



   In the Sentinel of July 31, 1909, there appeared under
the heading "None good but one," a number of quotations
from a composite letter, dated July 19, which had
been written to Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson by twenty-four
of her students who then occupied offices in the building
of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of New York, and
were known as "the practitioners."  This letter was forwarded
to Mrs. Eddy by Mrs. Stetson with the latter's
unqualified approval.  Upon receipt of this letter Mrs.
Eddy wrote to Mrs. Stetson as follows: -

   My Dear Student: - Awake and arise from this temptation
produced by animal magnetism upon yourself,
allowing your students to deify you and me.  Treat yourself
for it and get your students to help you rise out of it.

MY 360


It will be your destruction if you do not do this.  Answer
this letter immediately.
                                        As ever, lovingly your teacher,
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Brookline, Mass.,
                                        July 23, 1909



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