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From Vogue, December 1985
"...There is clearly a tremendous religious hunger all around us. I can see it in my work as a teacher and as an analyst. People coming for analysis may say outright, 'I've lost a sense of meaning,' or 'Everything is flat,' or 'I can't find the point anymore of why I'm doing things,' or 'I want to be connected with people, with events, so things matter.' Students may ask frankly, 'How do you pray?' or 'How can I pray better?'
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Carl Brinton Schultz
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Nancy W. Crofton
There's no substitute for real joy
Nelle O. Sprowls
He will shake heaven and earth, that only the unshakable...
Rosemary S. Pendery
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Evelyn M. S. Duckett
Deborah Mason with contributions from Ann Belford Ulanov
Rebecca Peck Jones
Toward a new humanity
Michael D. Rissler
Signs follow believers
Carolyn B. Swan
Not by words alone
Grace Hough Carter
There are many blessings that I must give thanks for
One Wednesday night I wanted to give a testimony at my...
Lori Leal with contributions from Jeanette Livingston
Many years ago a growth appeared under my arm and despite...
Lois B. O'Kane
Night had fallen when the call came to my squadron's ready...