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Virtual reality

Virtual reality is an amazing technology. This was confirmed recently in a broadcast on US National Public Radio that got my attention.

Praying for 'perfect peace'

Throughout the world people are yearning for peace. And not just stability in some areas and war in others—what we are really looking for might be called “perfect peace.

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The Christian Science Journal When I couldn’t concentrate … by Doug Campbell “I’d been reasonably confident that I could accomplish what I needed to in time. The first part of the project had gone well, and I was about halfway done and still on schedule.

Your right to freedom

By trusting and following the guidance of Truth and Love, we will realize our divine right to freedom.

Victories on Black Tusk

Just in time for hiking season, a story of courage and spiritual growth on the trail.

Reject, replace, rejoice

During the summer before my freshman year of high school, I attended a camp for Christian Scientists in Colorado. While I was there, my friends and I challenged ourselves to peak a 14,000-foot mountain called “Yale.

Look up and see!

New York City garbage used to end up on an island where thousands of seagulls waited for it each day. They say if you stood on that island from a relatively high vantage point and looked down, you saw the seagulls scrabbling over, and fighting over, the bits of garbage.

To be teachable

My brother David makes pies. Really tasty pies.

The golden thread of liberty

From first to last, the spirit of Christian Science resounds with the word liberty. The Discoverer and Founder of this Science, Mary Baker Eddy, knew that the sons and daughters of God are not made to be the vassals of kings of the earth—whether tyrannical men or the tyranny of belief in sin, sickness, and death—because, as she said, we are “tributary to God, Spirit, and to nothing else” ( Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,  p.

Lessons from a yard sale

The signs were staked out in the front yard, and we were pretty much ready to go. This was our first—and, as it turned out, our only—yard sale.