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Afraid to Love?
Suppose we have offered love, and not just romantic love. We have cared deeply for someone. It really mattered to us that they were happy, and we contributed to that happiness wherever we could. We trusted them with our most cherished thoughts and hopes. But our love has been brutally rejected or betrayed. We have felt literally kicked out, breathless. What happens next?
If we know anything about Christianity and Christian Science, we know, as we catch our breath, that we can't afford to be resentful. But, maybe, do we feel that we will be considerably more careful next time about offering love? Do we figure we won't give quite so freely again because we'd become too vulnerable?
Declarations That Heal
MAURICE W. HASTIE
"I want justice, too!"
EDWIN G. LEEVER
"So many good singers—so few Christian healers"
BY ANNEMARIE LUDWIG WATT AS TOLD TO THE SENTINEL
Bride and Bridegroom
MERELICE K. ENGLAND
Afraid to Love?
JANE CLARK WALKER
What Can I Do About Violence?
JOHN OGILVIE HORNE
Never by Myself
Sylvia N. Poling
Perfection in Proportion to Purity
Carl J. Welz
Being Is Beautiful
Many years ago I was ill with rheumatism and a nervous...
Florence E. Atwell with contributions from Clifford E. Atwell
In the book of Job we read (34:3), "The ear trieth words, as...
A. Louise Schultz
Gratitude and love for Christian Science prompt me to testify...
Alice M. Greene with contributions from William F. Greene
Healing in Christian Science opens the thought of the person...
Maxine Louise Burnworth with contributions from Mervin Burnworth