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Being born anew
Is spiritual rebirth really possible in today's world?
From infancy, it seems, we are trained to identify ourselves with a material form. "These are baby's toes," the routine begins; it continues to nose, fingers, eyes. We are measured, weighed, and frequently rated as good-looking or plain. We are often encouraged to define life within material outlines and by physical characteristics.
And, even more frustrating, we don't get to choose any of these characteristics! Material laws assign them—so the reasoning goes—on the basis of heredity and environment. Under these limiting restrictions and gauges we can enjoy only a given amount of health, possess varying degrees of strength and coordination, and express only a measured amount of intelligence.
"The pursuit of happiness"
Nancy Hormel Reinert
with contributions from Richard Vaughan, Richard John Neuhaus
Divine Love breaks the cycle of crime
with contributions from James Warren
His angels keep us safe
Nancy H. Karges
Mary Gadberry Patrick
Being born anew
Patricia Hofer Holmes
There is a battle at the crossroads
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
The freedom in choosing what is right
William E. Moody
Linda Reyes Markwood
In my late teens and in college, I investigated a number of religions...
Kirk Randolph Wilson with contributions from Linda Rothi Wilson
My gratitude for an understanding of the scientific relation...
Mignon A. Shirley
Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy tells us (p. 253): "If you believe...
Sylvia V. Johnson