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Human motivation is an awesome subject. What moves a man or woman to plan and act can be as base as envy and fear or as sacred as unselfed love. It would be a rare person who has not felt the struggle to be free of the first and more closely bonded to the second.
The human dualism seems inescapable, even for great men and women, who often find their most cherished accomplishments dogged by unexpected developments, tangles, and snarls.
The price and promise of discipleship
THOMAS C. ASHER
Church membership—what are you waiting for?
JUDITH ANN HARDY
MICHAEL D. RISSLER
"A place prepared of God"
EMILY A. SWINNERTON
Christian Science Reading Room
How The Christian Science Monitor changed my life
KIM MATTHEWS WISCKOL
NORMAN DWIGHT CARY
Expressing or impressing?
BETTY L. BOUTILIER
To you, the writer
REITA N. DONALDSON
Genetics—a secular doctrine of predestination
WILLIAM E. MOODY
The joy that leads to healing
The healing of Naaman
E. Margaret Osborn
"I shall not die, but live, and declare the works...
ALLEN I. SPILLER with contributions from BEVERLY B. SPILLER
In gratitude for all that Christian Science is doing for me,...
JENNIE L. KELLER
How grateful I am to God for Christian Science and its healing...
VERIL I. INGALLS