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Recession—making it recede
Falling profits, declining gross national product, nervousness about investment, expectations of increased unemployment—whatever the signs and symptoms of recession, the underlying factors are mental before they are outwardly economic. We contribute to recession—or to neutralizing recession—according to our mental standpoint. One of the first results of admitting the importance of thought is that we feel less helpless, more confident that we can contribute to solutions. All suffering—economic, physical, relational—can be alleviated, and finally destroyed, through the understanding of God as Christ Jesus knew Him. God is infinitely good, the substance of all reality. His economy is in constant harmony.
It is inevitably healing, corrective, regenerative, to perceive this divine reality—God's perfection and man's expression of it. Christian Science is mankind's window on reality. What we are seeing—more than that, what we are living and being—is the precursor of what we experience.
No accidents in Mind's all-presence
STIG KIÆR CHRISTIANSEN
To like or to love?
PERSIS E. ZUBER
What's really going on
H. JACK WYMAN
HELEN R. CONROYD
From sensuality to freedom
Written for the Sentinel
Peter Alan Justad
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Uniqueness of the Monitor
Nathan A. Talbot
About five years ago I became suddenly and violently ill
Virginia L. Scott
Christian Science first caught my attention when life seemed...
Patricia L. Veira
About eleven years ago, following an automobile accident in...
Victor F. Sagues with contributions from Janice Sagues
One summer, while packing the car before heading off to ...
Michele S. Van Meter
As a child of eight, I fell on some pavement and broke off a...
Marcia Ruth Murphy with contributions from Barbara B. Murphy