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From a shepherd to a student

I was raised in a family that didn’t have a lot of money. In fact, at times having food on the table each day was not possible.

Amplified text can amplify understanding

Different Bible translations are useful for different purposes. It can be interesting, for example, to know that sometimes Jesus was actually quoting from the prophets.

"The floral apostles..."

The floral apostles are hieroglyphs of Deity. Suns and planets teach grand lessons.

A strong defense at the Boston Marathon

Running is probably the most accessible sport worldwide. From a carefree jog in the park to the peak of athletic competition, people from every continent on the globe dedicate themselves to this activity.

God's voice in the vocal studio

In biblical times, the Hebrew priests who stood in the inner court of the temple had a unique function: They were the ones to whom worshippers brought sacrifices so that they could perform the traditional burnt offerings to God. But the High Priest, who could go into the Holy of Holies, was the only priest who had direct communication with God.

Rethinking the pursuit of wealth

Having spent my entire career in money management, I was interested in a poll conducted by Prudential Financial, which found that a majority of Americans (58 percent) had “lost faith in the market. ” Despite the fact that this casts aspersions on my profession, I couldn’t help but understand, given the almost unprecedented volatility of financial markets over the past few years.

Growing up safe

I was sitting in the sun at our local park, watching parents and grandparents playing in the children’s area with their toddlers. One mom was enjoying the merry-go-round with big brother, but little brother was something else! Having just been liberated into the wonderful world of running, hands held high with joy (and for balance), he made a beeline for the far end of the enclosure as fast as he could toddle.

On the Web

Christian Science Sentinel Audio Chat World Changers: Mary Baker Eddy and her book with Melanie Daglian Melanie starts off this chat by speaking of Mary Baker Eddy’s book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures as revolutionary. She says it “enables us to become free of the mental prisons that bind us.

Some insights from a spectator near the finish line during last year’s Boston Marathon.

Into the mouths of babes

What do you do when you’re handed a box full of baby mice and asked to take care of them?