Accession: 490.55.006
Editorial Title: Mary C. Fuller to Mary Baker Eddy, October 10, 1881
Author: Mary C. Fuller 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: October 10, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary C. Fuller on lined paper from Saxonville, Massachusetts.
Editorial Note: Fuller writes that she is not yet able to decide about taking class with Eddy. She would like to, but she does not have the money right now. However, she does not want to give up until she has made more effort to try to get the money for class. She writes that if there was a good metaphysician nearer than Boston, she would not feel as much of a need to study with Eddy, but since there is not, it is important for her to be able to help herself in cases of sickness. She says that last year she was a "despairing invalid" and so feels that she owes it to metaphysics to understand more of the principle that healed her. She asks Eddy some questions about her class, as she wants to know whether she will be able to take care of herself and her family, without help, in times of sickness. She also asks if there is anything about Christian Science or its practice that would alienate her from her husband, with whom she has a very good relationship. She writes that she has a strong desire to talk with Eddy in person, but she will send this letter as it is more economical.
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