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At one time I applied to join a travel/study group to tour Israel...
At one time I applied to join a travel/study group to tour Israel and Greece. But practically at the same time I submitted my application and a deposit, I became almost immobilized with some kind of back problem that made walking or even moving painful and labored. In an effort to gain release from this difficulty, I prayed, studied the Bible Lesson outlined in the Christian Science Quarterly, and pondered articles I heard on cassette tapes put out by The Christian Science Publishing Society. Then, because I fully expected complete healing, I sent in a second payment.
But the problem persisted. So I sought help from a Christian Science practitioner. Almost immediately I felt I needed to learn how to really love others—to become aware of the inherent goodness of everyone. After that, instead of perpetuating a rather indifferent attitude, I started cultivating a loving concern for others; replacing self-centeredness with greater thoughtfulness; and eliminating aloofness, self-love, and personal pride through selflessness and sincere caring. In other words, I consistently made a serious effort to upgrade my thinking.
Personality and individuality
Some thoughts on seeing
ALBERT CARLTON ROBERTS
Traveling—a higher context
It's what you do that counts
What we can do about intolerance
The satisfaction and blessings of conscious worth
WILLIAM E. MOODY
When I was a child I spent a number of weeks in...
DOROTHY C. POTTS
"Evil is nothing, no thing, mind, nor power" (Science and Health, p. 330)
"Matt, wake up!" my mom said
MATTHEW R. DALY with contributions from SARA SANFORD DALY