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The devotion of thought to an honest achievement makes...
"The devotion of thought to an honest achievement makes the achievement possible. Exceptions only confirm this rule, proving that failure is occasioned by a too feeble faith" (Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy, p. 199). The truth of the Science on which this statement is based—Christian Science—was proved in a very important aspect of my life, my career as a teacher.
From early childhood—in fact, from kindergarten days—I had nurtured the idea of becoming a teacher. This desire continued to grow throughout my elementary and high-school years, even as I realized that economic conditions and family circumstances did not indicate further schooling for my brothers and me. Shortly before I graduated from high school, my teachers urged my mother to send me to a teachers college, but my mother confirmed what I had long suspected, that conditions at home would prevent my taking this step.
Truth—the open door
VIRGINIA F. KUEMMIN
Is honesty the best policy?
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
Patches learns a lesson
Frances L. West
"Glorify God in your body, and in your spirit,...
A few summers ago my husband and I spent two weeks at the...
JO ANN BLOKKER