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In my neighborhood the number of people with high-paying jobs is small. But the number of people betting on the numbers game and the races is big. A sign, "One way to EA$Y STREET," points to where you can make bets. The bets can be small, as little as fifty cents. But the odds against winning are big—five hundred to one, or worse. Nearly everyone loses much more than he ever wins. But knowing that doesn't always make it easy to stop betting.
Getting off that "street" and getting onto the road of certain and definite good is something worth aiming for.
WILLIAM HENRY PARKE
The eternal continuity of good
FRANCES L. WEST
Afraid? Talk to God
FRANK S. MOORMAN
Who motivates whom
ALAN C. LINDGREN
Grandparent or "grand" parent?
GRAYCE G. YOUNG
An interview: with a ten-year-old boy on politeness
Edward K. Jones with contributions from David
The Golden Rule and preventing lust
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
Rules of evidence
NATHAN A. TALBOT
The new school
Rhoda Merle Ford
In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures Mary Baker Eddy...
CAROL MOBERG with contributions from MARILYN L. MOBERG, HERBERT M. MOBERG
When my husband and I recently moved with our baby daughter...
GABRIELLE D. DYCK
One day while sky diving with friends, I had an extremely hard...
DONALD B. BEATTY
I'm grateful for Christian Science because I know it's dynamic—...
DOROTHY M. KAISER