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The Boston Globe
From The Boston Globe, June 4, 1985
"As a young psychiatrist, Dr. Robert Coles was baffled by the calmness of a 6-year-old black girl who walked through cursing mobs each day to study, a lone pupil in a school deserted by whites, under a 1960 desegregation order.
How a spiritual sense of family heals racial prejudice
JULIO C. RIVAS T.
Love knows no barriers
MAJA JOANNA GECK
How far does our love reach?
Some questions and answers about Christian Science
with contributions from The Editors
KATHLEEN PURDY SMITH
On beam versus mote casting
To heaven with them
ALBERTA R. DRESSEL
A walk in the country
GREG HANSCOM with contributions from MARY LESLIE HANSCOM
"Love thy neighbour"—yes, but so many neighbors?
ALLISON W. PHINNEY, JR.
A road where hearts catch fire
WILLIAM E. MOODY
My gratitude for Christian Science has widened...
DAVID K. WILLIS
I was filled with joy and gratitude when, in recent years, I was...
MUZETTA BLAIR BACKUS
One day I went outside to play on the swings in our yard
LISETTE FERRER with contributions from ROXANA FERRER
It was Christmastime and I had been shopping
KATHLEEN COX KOVACS