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A daisy (day's eye) images the sun,Focuses its foliage toward the light,Source of all its vital energy:No wasted motion trying to outrunCompetitors—no envious fright;All day it tracks the glory unerringly.
Thus would I bask in Love, untouched by fear:I cannot make the sun of Soul shine bright,Nor need I stoke the fires of infinity;Thought blooms in heaven's radiant atmosphereOf blest expectancy.
Christian healing and "the fires of the Holy Ghost"
Beyond turning the other cheek
Hugh Pendexter III
No excess, no deficiency in God
Constance L. Benac
Success—viewed and achieved spiritually
Isabel F. Bates
Advancing into high country
Donald M. Swinney
The glory of life
William E. Moody
Unfamiliar roads and spiritual revolutions
Michael D. Rissler
What will you wear?
Lucy Chambers Karwell
Before Christian Science came into my life, I took six pills a...
Robert J. Carino
God, divine Love, meets all human needs
Hazel R. Barnes
Before I became a student of Christian Science, I developed...
Hazel R. Randall with contributions from Jack Randall
With a heart overflowing with gratitude, I submit these proofs...