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I have found that growing up in a family of Christian Scientists...
I have found that growing up in a family of Christian Scientists can give one a tremendous feeling of dominion and of being loved. I am very grateful to have had this privilege.
As a child, I had the wonderful experience of helping to raise dozens of poodle and cocker puppies, which we sold. A demonstration of Christian Science I remember vividly occurred when at one time we had a new litter of puppies. One pup seemed very weak and then appeared to die. Faced with the problem of explaining what had happened to two puppy-loving little girls (my sister and me), my mom called my dad home from the office. When Dad arrived, he took the cold and apparently lifeless puppy in his hands and prayed. The puppy revived and started moving. Soon it was back with its mother, totally healthy.
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VIRGINIA F. KUEMMIN
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Matter—it's not eternal
ELAINE E. ELLIS
Love—"the vital part"
MABEL BEACH BURNHAM
JOAN FRANCES SEYMOUR WOOD
"Be strong and of a good courage"
Perfection without exception
Annoying calls?— respond with love
with contributions from John Greenleaf Whittier
More love on a small planet (Part 1)
ALLISON W. PHINNEY, JR.
Misinterpreting reality—a Pandora's box
WILLIAM E. MOODY
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A few summers ago my husband and I spent two weeks at the...
JO ANN BLOKKER