Last year, as I was picking up my two-year-old son at school, his teacher called my attention to several places on his neck where there was a red rash. The rashes appeared to be spreading to other parts of his body as well.
In a cozy tank, in a sunny room, lives a fantail goldfish named Molly. Molly is a happy fish and likes to spend her days swimming and blowing bubbles.
I had given up on organized religion. While I attended and loved a Christian church my entire childhood, as an adult I wanted something that was more inclusive and didn’t feel so condemning.
When I’ve been faced with sickness or an accident, sometimes I’ve also been confronted with thoughts such as these: Oh, good Lord, not again! What could be causing this? My dad had this. It’s inherited.
Mary Baker Eddy makes many references in her writings to the arts, including music, painting, photography, pottery, and sculpture. As the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mrs.
With such a diverse population sharing the earth’s surface, the emotional climate at election time can run high. As issues are articulated, positions taken, and lines of opinion are drawn, citizens can feel caught in the crossfire of a mental battlefield—feeling alienated, outnumbered, angry, depressed, vilified, or misunderstood.
“I’m too critical,” I confided to a friend. I didn’t like this about myself.
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After a friend from high school committed suicide, this author felt impelled to pray more consistently for anyone, anywhere who might be feeling hopeless.
For this author, a black belt test in tae kwon do became a turning point in her understanding and practice of Christian Science.