Being alone—but not lonely—is it possible?
Do your moments of inspiration last?
Considering how a promising start has been made in the transition from white rule to majority rule in Rhodesia, how many formidable obstacles have been overcome to get food to Cambodia's hungry humanity, how India has made enormous strides in the ability to feed its own people, how American drivers have voluntarily reduced their consumption of gasoline, and how a black American woman, Karen Stevenson, who never doubted that she could do whatever she needed to do was awarded a Rhodes scholarship, might we not take courage and open our vision to the possibility of solving other global, national, and local problems?
"Religions in general admit that man becomes finally spiritual.
All of us need to continue exploring, searching, pondering, various points of Christian Science for a deeper grasp of its fulfilling truths.
Sometimes the night might seem scary and unfriendly.
At one time I had to contend with a condition of athlete's foot so severe that it required bandaging.
In 1939 I became a member of The Mother Church, and during the intervening years the study and practice of Christian Science have enriched my life in every way.
I applied to join a branch Church of Christ, Scientist, in 1951.
Since my testimony appeared in the Sentinel about twenty years ago, I have had further proofs of God's healing care.
Convincing testimonies of healing in Christian Science are welcomed for publication from members of The Mother Church and from students who are not members.