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Chronic faultfinding is not only unpleasant for others; it often brings physical discomfort. But neither positive thinking nor apathy about pressing difficulties really stills complaint. Much more is needed.
What stills complaint is the understanding that God, all good, the creator of all, neither produces nor allows evil. We all are His offspring; and His child, or idea, can't be a cause of grievance, a victim of it, or a complainer about it. To pierce the pretense of evil, we must discern its nothingness; this is to handle evil scientifically, to destroy it. And where must we do this? In the quiet of our own consciousness, through communion with God.
Does speaking up get you down?
L. DARLENE BASFORD
An interview: with an opera singer
John D. Moorhead with contributions from Philip van Lidth de Jeude
SYLVIA DICK KARAS
JAMAE WOLFRAM RICHARDSON
BRETT L. STAFFORD
Not of the world
JOHN L. SALLINGER III
A lesson from the timberline trees
KATHRYN H. BRESLAUER
HARRIETT L. THAYER
Silence the witnesses to discord
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
True religion and pure Science—one, not two
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
THE STANDARDS ARE WORTH IT
While I was growing up, I struggled with many...
WILLIAM J. TURRIE
Many years ago I found Christian Science through a sister who...
I have gone to the Christian Science Sunday School since I was...
COREY ASKINS with contributions from MARTHA LYNN BELL