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Loved the analogy [Louise Thornton, “ Dishwashing inspiration ,” Sentinel, December 11, 2017] I loved the analogy in this article. Every time I wash dishes or do laundry, I will be reminded that unclean things are not a part of me.

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Thought-provoking article [Deb Hensley, “ The teapot and the right stuff ,” Sentinel, November 27, 2017] A huge thank you to Deb Hensley for her thought-provoking article! I especially found the comparisons between actual “stoning” and “thought-stoning” to be an enlightening reminder of how very important it is to keep careful guard over our thoughts regarding others. Cynthia Dupree via JSH-Online.

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Inspiration to us [How I Found Christian Science, “ From the ‘pit’ of addiction to a thirst for spiritual growth ,” Nick McBride, November 20, 2017, Sentinel ] Wow! Thank you to Mr. McBride for sharing his striving with us.

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Excellent discussion [“ The power of asking ,” Margaret Rogers, November 20, 2017, Sentinel ] Excellent discussion in the editorial “The power of asking. ” And the audio version was read with such sincerity and conviction—thanks.

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Directly to the point [“ Lazarus and the biosphere ,” Eric Thacher, November 6, 2017, Sentinel ] Thank you for this inspired, fresh, and insightful approach to handling the question of environmental sustainability! So much of what is presented in the media seems to just go round in circles, but this goes directly to the point—gets to the very root of the claim and illustrates comprehensively how to go about healing it in our individual thought. Indeed, it highlights the relationship of man and the universe, not only in the more obvious aspect—“the universe, including man,” as is comfortably recognized—but also in the demand to understand and demonstrate this statement by Mary Baker Eddy: “Spirit is the only creator, and man, including the universe, is His spiritual concept” ( Unity of Good, p.

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Sincere gratitude Please extend my sincere gratitude to Grace H. Carter for her beautiful poem, “ Perfect agreement ” (October 23, 2017, Sentinel ), which I have read over and over, feeling inspired every time.

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Compelling idea [TeenConnect, “ #metoo ,” Jenny Sawyer, JSH-Online. com, October 19, 2017] I haven’t taken adequate time to digest or pray about the many #metoos that have appeared on Facebook and social media.

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Just what I needed [Turning points in spiritual growth, “ Progress and healing in my practice of Christian Science ,” Claire McArthur, October 23, 2017, Sentinel ] I was awake very early Saturday morning fretting over an interview with a client about their financial woes. This article was just what I needed.

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Beautiful article [“ All of God’s creatures—under God’s care ,” Martine Blackler, October 9, 2017, Sentinel ] Thank you for this beautiful article on overcoming the claim of contagion in livestock. Animals are indeed receptive to the love you expressed! Great work! Debby Miller via JSH-Online.