Within her home and headquarters she was assisted by a small household of helpers, including secretaries, metaphysical workers, cooks, housekeepers, and caretakers for her grounds and stable.
Over the years, in Boston, Concord, and Chestnut Hill, about one hundred people worked for varying periods of time in her household.
She appreciated the service of her loyal helpers, writing: “The world is better for this happy group of Christian Scientists; Mrs. Eddy is happier because of them; God is glorified in His reflection of peace, love, joy.”*
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* Mary Baker Eddy, “A Paean of Praise,” Miscellany