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Man cannot be polarized, is not divided
In bitter confrontation, Left against Right,
Age against youth, East against West, each sided
In hostile camps, unable to unite.
No nursed frustrations, disruptive and repelling,
Can hurl men outward alien and alone;
No rigid systems provoke them to wild rebelling
Against the general interest and their own.
A personal mortal, rejected or rejecting,
A physical shadow, brief-lived between night and night,
These are not man with his whole being accepting
The tidal splendor of unfragmented light.
One God, acknowledged as the Mind of all creation,
Bridges galactic gulfs from star to star,
Links pole with pole in free participation,
And rules His universe through love, not war.
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton ... ... ...
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Meditation and Mao
HOWARD PALFREY JONES
GEORGE ELDREDGE HAMLIN, JR.
The Turning Point in My Life
ROSALYN B. MILLER
Sex and the Christian Scientist
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
WHEREVER YOU ARE, BE
Stephen Ellis Clizbe
An Interview: what parents can do right
with contributions from Philadelphia Shideler, Kenneth McKelvie
ALL THINGS NEW
Jessie Louise Salls
Heaven Comes Gently
Love Heals Alienation
Alan A. Aylwin
Our children are fourth generation Christian Scientists, and the...
Lona Belle Ingwerson with contributions from Donald W. Ingwerson
When I was in the third grade, my family took up the study of...
Vernon C. Weston
Once again I have found that Christian Science, the Science of
I had the privilege of being raised in a home where Christian Science...
Janeve Warren Whalley with contributions from David L. Whalley
I grew up in Christian Science with the comforting assurance...
Signs of the Times