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My Neighbor Loves Me
Recent experiments have borne out to an amazing degree the theory that athletes, children, and even animals tend to perform excellently or poorly according to what is expected of them or to the love bestowed on them. In fact, a vital ingredient of life and happiness is to feel that we are loved. We may be tempted to feel uncomfortable or even hateful and perform poorly in the presence of one we think dislikes us or is critical of our abilities. And how easy it is to expand and bask in the presence of someone who loves and respects us!
But are we really in the precarious position of being dependent on another person's attitude for our happiness and success? No! The Bible tells us in the first chapter of Genesis that man is made in the image and likeness of God and given dominion over all the earth. This statement coincides with Jesus' words, "The kingdom of God is within you." Luke 17:21; Within our very own God-given consciousness is the perfect solution for every difficulty.
Humanly Busy or Spiritually Active?
RUTH MARNIE MAHNKEN
Our Moral Power to Be Well
FLOYD C. SHANK
My Neighbor Loves Me
MARY G. FARNUM
Ever-present, Inexhaustible Good
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
Why Mortal Mind Is Always Wrong
SCHUYLER HAMILTON, JR.
THE HEALING TOUCH
Helen G. Hasler
MARY TAYLOR FORD
"Who are they talking about?"
JOANNE F. OTTO
A Scientific Approach to Love
Carl J. Welz
Harbingers of Healing
I would like to relate my experience in becoming acquainted...
H. Earl Newkirk with contributions from Bessie W. Newkirk
Each day I thank God for Christ Jesus, our great Master, who left...
Della Rose Hartoebben with contributions from Lawrence Frank Hartoebben, Berthe Delattre
My parents became interested in Christian Science when I was a...
Jean Henry Ezell
I took up the study of Christian Science when my daughter was...
Mabel Fryrear with contributions from Fran Hemberger
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Gertrude M. Puelicher