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Faced with the stare of an empty sheet of paper and with a need to come up with this editorial, I felt I simply couldn't discern anything suitably helpful to write. Then I remembered what all Christian Scientists have proved, at least in some measure: that all capacity belongs to God; that because God is omnipresent, divine capacity is always open to us to admit, and to illustrate on the blackboard of our lives. Man's capabilities are inseparable from God's. The "I" that felt inadequate was the "I" of a so-called mortal man; not the "I" that is God, the unchanging divine Ego, the perpetual intelligence reflected by man and all creation.
Even a fleeting glimpse of such truths is a promise of our dawning ability to be more capable, to extend our capacities and prove more of the Science of being. Such a glimpse of the truth means that God, in a manner of speaking, is beginning to write on our thought, showing us what we need to know and realize.
The power of prayer in competitive athletics
DONALD R. RIPPBERGER
ROSALIE E. DUNBAR
MAXINE LE PELLEY
The best athlete
DAVID LAWRENCE HAASE
Instant replay— through the lens of Spirit
JOHN LEWIS SELOVER
You don't need drugs
The exact likeness of Love
CYNTHIA ALYCE NEELY
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
Christliness—not hypnotism—gains victory
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
Barbara Ann Bradley
"I was convinced that bodily conditions are not life-determining factors"
RUANNE Y. GENTRY with contributions from WILLARD O. GENTRY
Unsportsmanlike attitude yields to unity and brotherhood...
TONY VICTOR with contributions from KEITH W. PRESTON
Recurring skin complaint healed
ROWLAND D. GEORGE
"I asked my mother, 'Why did God make poison oak?'"
LIANNE CELESTE AMES