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Never Out of Touch
Frequently, today, attention is drawn to sensitivity groups where people touch one another—in this and other ways seek to bare their souls—in a reaching out to break down the barriers they feel exist between themselves and others.
If we think of man as spiritual and complete—as the perfect expression of God, divine Love—we can begin to understand that man cannot really be out of touch. He cannot be alienated from Life, God, or from his brother man. And we can begin to demonstrate this truth in our experience. One could, of course, sit in a closet staring at empty walls and declare, "I am alone." Or one could do the same thing on a crowded streetcar, or even in a sensitivity group.
Loneliness, or alienation, and hang–ups of one sort or another represent self–imposed suffering occurring as a result of believing that man is an isolated material being, humanly conceived, self–maintained.
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Healing Includes Preventing Accidents
No Opposition to Right Action
GLENNA GOLDEN WOLLAM
Perfect at All Points
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
"Let's Talk" About Personal Appearance
Kathleen Ann Marts, June Marie Zabel, Maren Carlsen, Elizabeth Grob, Nancy Fischer
Ask Not Why
ROBERT C. PEACOCK
Never Out of Touch
ANNA MAY McGILL
"ME, AND MINE, AND ALL"
When "Because" Defeats "But"
Alan A. Aylwin
One day in 1923, I walked onto the veranda of our home in...
Eric E. Johnson
I first was introduced to Christian Science when I was beginning...
Donna Lee Wright
My interest in Christian Science began when a superintendent...
Lois Joan Deitrick
My written expression of gratitude for the wonderful experience...
Harold Spath with contributions from Marilyn JoAnn LaRue