Eye on the world: Racial and religious harmony

Racism, fear, and ignorance often mislead us in dealing with our neighbors or other parts of the community. Understanding that God is the only Mind, the one divine intelligence, can make a difference for the better.  

In “Angels on a train,” the author finds herself, along with other passengers, sharing a train car with a woman and her children who are all disruptive and out of control. As this writer prays to overcome her annoyance at their behavior, she finds effective results in loving them as her “neighbors” and embracing them in God’s love for all of His children. 

A prayer for peace in Ferguson, Missouri—and beyond offers helpful thoughts for those seeking both healing and peace about racial challenges in the United States and elsewhere.

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