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"How shall we reach our true selves? Through Love. The Principle of Christian Science is Love, and its idea represents Love." This statement by Mary Baker Eddy may be found in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 104). The college or university student seeking an education often discovers his or her need to express a higher degree of intelligence, joy, order, purity, justice, or love. The activities of our Christian Science organizations point the thought of college students toward the source of these spiritual qualities, divine Love. As the student gains a deeper understanding of man's true, spiritual selfhood as God's likeness, he or she gains the sweet assurance of divine Love's complete provision for each and every child of God. The following are a few ways in which organization members have overcome some of the limitations of the supposititious mortal selfhood and expressed a higher measure of their divinely bestowed talents.
From a university in the southern part of the United States comes the following report about an organization member:
ROLLING AWAY THE STONE
HERBERT E. BONHAM
WHAT DOES EASTER MEAN TO US?
ELIZABETH S. MURRAY
"MY PEOPLE SHALL NEVER BE ASHAMED"
WILLIAM JAMES HAY
MAN REFLECTS THE DIVINE NATURE
REPLACING HEALTH ILLUSIONS WITH TRUE HEALTH
ROBERT L. DAVIS
"GOD IS HIS OWN INTERPRETER"
HAZEL A. BLACKWELL
"WHY SHOULD I BE AFRAID?"
CYRIL GIBBS NORTON
Audrey Mersereau Bond
Helen Wood Bauman
The Superlative Nature Of God
John J. Selover
RADIO PROGRAM No. 288 - God, the Source of Strength and Health
with contributions from Robert Newman
In gratitude and humility, I offer...
Alvah Chace Taylor
All that I have experienced in...
Rae K. Pritchard
A healing which has always been...
Myrtle H. Devenish
It was my privilege to attend a...
Sheila A. Dibnah
It is a special privilege to have...
Hans-Wolfgang von Langen
While an uncle who is a Christian Scientist...
Anita Louisa Blodgett
Signs of the Times
with contributions from James B. Sadler, Bishop Hazen G. Werner