Sometimes we may feel as if we’re stuck on our spiritual journey and not making progress. What is it that would try to hold us back? It could be that the cobwebs of the past are blocking our spiritual view and entangling our thinking.
In his best-selling book, Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife, Dr. Eben Alexander, author and academic neurosurgeon who served at Harvard Medical School, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and Boston Children’s Hospital, makes this observation: “Love is, without a doubt, the basis of everything.
In the article “Destination: Wellness,” New York Times journalist Jesse McKinley describes his tour of treatment centers dedicated to helping people feel healthier. “I was left, on various occasions, body-weary, sleep-deprived, and incredibly waterlogged.
There I sat, on a sheet of ice in the middle of the street in front of our house. My dog strained at the leash, anxious to get across the road to the deep snow for a good romp.
A mother's affection cannot be weaned from her child, because the mother-love includes purity and constancy, both of which are immortal. —Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures , p.
The JSH-Online articles are specifically chosen for print Sentinel readers. Christian Science Sentinel From fear to hope by Marian English “Mortal mind is a term Christian Science gives to that state of thought that harbors the mental tyranny of fear and tries to conquer by intimidation.
At my school there has been a big problem, and maybe it’s at your school, too. It’s called bullying.