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Sunny, the ginger cat had a new home. It was quite a distance from his old one, past a busy highway and over some hills.
The Friendlys, the family that took care of Sunny, were very happy there. Sunny seemed happy too. But he began to disappear occasionally, and was found again and again around the garden of the old house, even after a new family began to live there.
Positive Good Annuls Negative Evil
HELEN C. HERRING
A Clear Right-of-way
JOHN A. THOMASSON
Repression or Expression?
JEANNE GUERIN BENGSTON
SPIRITUAL INTENT AND THE SKYLARK
Milton B. Marks
Error Must Be Condemned
M. BETH KELLAM
Action on Campus
J. THOMAS BLACK
One Divine Standard of Living
NANCY JOY PERKINS
So You Are Moving!
MARY ELIZABETH LEEVER
BARBARA MARY FERGUSON
To Care for the Environment
Carl J. Welz
A Job Well Done
Alan A. Aylwin
I would like to tell of a healing I experienced only last year
Clarence E. King with contributions from Maude S. King, Ruel D. King
Mrs. Eddy writes in Science and Health (p. 494), "Divine Love...
Renee F. K. Vine with contributions from Virginia J. Burks
I have been a student of Christian Science for thirty-six years,...
Charles Bosworth Cook
Some years ago my husband was employed by the Government...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from George Walker, T. W. Thomas