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"We can experience the healing which comes
as a consequence of true listening"
One who sits in a garden and listens may hear many bird songs. And being able to identify the song of the bobwhite, the mockingbird, the cardinal, the thrush, and others enhances the enjoyment of one's listening. But if one is to hear the birds at all, he must quiet the thought that is busy planning and outlining, the ear that is attuned to voices in the vicinity, to a neighbor's radio, and so on.
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The Parenthood of God
SCOTT D. SLOAN
HARRIET M. BERG
The Upward Way
GERALDINE A. COLBY
MABEL LYON SYKES
Unlimited Supply Available to All
WILLIAM J. MARKS
The Joy of Using Our Talents
RUTH C. PRICE
The Gospel of the Kingdom
Helen Wood Bauman
The Relationship of Cause and Effect
Ralph E. Wagers
RADIO PROGRAM No. 436 - Some Helpful Ideas About Schoolwork
with contributions from David Linnig
AS A LITTLE CHILD
Mildred L. Hocker
"What God has done for these...
Hester A. Waterman
I am very grateful for Christian Science...
Marilyn Lee Tyler
To show my gratitude for the...
Clifford W. Birdwell
I have always received much...
L. Bonita Charles
In 1907 my sister told me about...
Mary M. Dickenson
When I was very young I was...
Shirley Beverly Miller
As a child I had the privilege of...
Edith M. Gow
It is with deep humility that I...
Ruth L. Colweck
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Lester L. Coleman