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Diligently I go about my business,
Phone, fuss, read, write, call,
Leaving a little moment in the morning
To know that God is All.
Ardently do I chase the fleeting day,
Cab, car, run, shout, shove,
Leaving a little moment in the evening
To know that God is Love.
O diligence! O ardor! Lend your flames
To burn away the transitory hour,
That here, now, there, then, I,
While rushing, still am still,
listening . . .
That every second of my life I know
The glory of God's power.
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
Minding Our Business
GRACE HOUGH CARTER
Progress—It's God's Law
VIRGINIA ATHERTON WATSON
In Love or Out of It?
GORDON BRYAN RAMSAY
How Bad Habits Can Be Healed
DOUGLAS W. SHAFOR
Vote—with God's Help!
RALPH BYRON COPPER
CHLOE DE LIMA
Thelma Hill Ward
Helen Wood Bauman
Criticism and Healing
Caution: Ally of Fear or Wisdom?
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
From my childhood I was used to going to church with my...
I am grateful to have been raised in Christian Science by a mother...
Thelma L. Wilson with contributions from Douglas S. Wilson
The joy and comfort I have gained and maintained from the...
Nancy S. Rhea with contributions from Michael H. Rhea, Behram Shroff
Letters to the Press
with contributions from J. Buroughs Stokes, Arthur R. Davies, James R. Corbett, J. Donald Fulton