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City of peace
Jerusalem has sometimes been called the city of peace—yet that world-renowed city could be among the world's most fought-over places. It has been besieged many times, taken numerous times, and more than once razed to the ground. It is thought sacred by Jewish, Islamic, and Christian people. Relatively few, however, can rationally believe peace or even holiness resides in its earth, rock, and walls. If, as He must be, God, Spirit, is infinite, His love can be felt in one place just as much as another; all space is holy ground.
If asked, most people would readily agree that insistence upon a point of view different from that of other is no reason for bloodshed. The great majority of humanity is desperately tired of war, sectarian squabbles, and vicious terrorism.
Most of us would agree...
City of peace
BRYAN G. POPE
"I leave you love
Mary McLeod Bethune
What does it take to heal prejudice?
with contributions from Mojisola Anjorin, Eric de la Harpe, Emmanuel Ajayi, Nancy Jagel, Isaac A. O. Ojo, Paul Henry
The world, and what really helps
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
Helping our world find peace through individual love
SHARON SLATON HOWELL
Peace of Mind, not "piece of mind"
RONALD GRAY WALKER
What if peace were powerful?
ALLISON W. PHINNEY, JR.
Perpetual peace: the law of Life
CAROLYN B. SWAN
About eight o'clock one evening the doorbell...
My mother took up the study of Christian Science when I was...
CALISTA H. STEARNS
My introduction to Christian Science took place during my...
ELIZABETH P. RICE