"What a lot of new faces there are!" thought Jill looking over the classroom.
At this moment the glorious tones of a Beethoven symphony or a Mozart concerto may be available in the very room in which we are sitting, but we do not hear them.
How do you look upon your neighbor—as a social creature, a business rival, a friend, an enemy, a physical organism, a psychological study, fat, slim, ugly, beautiful, affable, morose, black, white?
As a young man on the threshold of my business career, I was struck down by crippling illness and great weakness.
I feel a deep sense of gratitude as I recall how I was forced to accept certain experiences that resulted in great growth for me.
Although I've had many beautiful healings—from needing to wear glasses to working out problems of human relationship—I want to share what I consider to be the most outstanding proof I have had of God's ever-present love and care.
I am grateful that from early childhood I had the opportunity to attend a Christian Science Sunday School.
In Science and Health, its author, Mrs.
[The participants are Harvey Wood and Harlan Witham.
Truly my soul waiteth upon God: from him cometh my salvation.
Amos John Traver© Christian Herald, February, 1969 New York, New York
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