Accession: 025A.10.019
Editorial Title: Clara E. Choate to Mary Baker Eddy, December 29, 1881
Author: Clara E. Choate 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: December 29, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Clara E. Choate on lined paper from Boston, Massachusetts.
Editorial Note: Choate tells Eddy that she has never known Eddy to say anything that would harm anyone, including Henry L. Bancroft. Choate writes that she has many trials and crosses to bear but none has been greater of late than to have her trust and confidence in others misplaced. Choate says that the meeting was well attended and all regretted that Eddy was not there, with Choate regretting it most of all. Choate writes that circumstances have pushed her to take certain positions, which have made some angry with her, but that she gets through it because she is conscious of doing her duty. Choate mentions that she has completed teaching some classes in Christian Science, and her students are well satisfied with her teachings. They intend to study with Eddy later if she considers them fit. Choate closes with her hope that Eddy's tired heart will sometime find rest from its weary beatings to help others.
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