Refuse the ‘mortal dream’ The May 13 Sentinel was certainly outstanding. Of special interest to me was the article “ Sweep away the cobwebs ” by Diane P.
Answers we need Our periodicals have just undergone changes. I am of an age to have seen all of them published in many different sizes, and I am pleased with the new standard size.
Meeting world challenges Thank you for your editorial, “ Stop the hate; start the love ,” in the April 22 Sentinel. I received it on April 15—the day of the bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Prayers for Boston [Question of the week for April 16, 2013: “ Please share your prayers to uplift those affected by the tragic events on Boston Marathon day. ”] Every person involved with the Boston Marathon event is right now, and has always been, under the care of Our heavenly Father.
‘365 days of Easter’ I once heard a talk by Christian Science teacher Ed Little about the permanent protection guaranteed children by God. In one part, he spoke of the fact that John the Baptist’s parents knew what his mission was from a child.
Thanks for sharing [“ Love saved us on a summer’s day ,” Pamela Brittenham, April 8, 2013, issue] How precious to find the spiritual strength to break through the mesmerism. Followed by humble obedience and protection for everyone.
Freeing thought Thank you for the article by Jim Baker (“ No more regrets ”) in the Sentinel of March 18. It demonstrates the power of metaphysical thinking in freeing mankind from dark mental thoughts of regret and guilt that impede one’s spiritual growth.
Ending violence against women [“ To end violence against women ,” March 12 audio chat with Elise Moore] Wow —this really handles all violence—so helpful. “Jesus beheld in Science the perfect man.
Helpful article [“ Treat yourself ,” Doris Edington, March 11, 2013, issue] So grateful I received this issue in my mail yesterday. This article has been so helpful to me in proving how, when we refuse to be afraid or upset about any picture presented to us, we can witness to the truth of God’s harmonious creation.
Missing some things The Sentinel deserves nothing but the highest praise for its unending inspiration, answers to prayers, and having just the right article at just the right time when we are dealing with an issue, and so I am reluctant to write anything negative for something so full of good. However, Editor Dorothy Estes asked us to share our comments on the new format [ December 31, 2012 , Sentine l ].