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Busyness often seems to be our business today. Yet to make sure that the really vital things get done we need to make room for prayer.
As a plant requires nourishment and rest before it can again blossom in a wave of color, so we need our spiritual nourishment, "our daily bread," to sustain our ability to give. Such need is met through quiet and private communion with God. If our inclination is to rush about continuously and do things—anything—it is sometimes necessary to curb this impulse so that our works rest upon a solid spiritual foundation, a foundation established in prayer rather than simply on the human desire to fill our lives with busyness.
Beverly P. Kendall
What's bulldozer in German?
Sally L. Sharpe
Christian healing: neither mythology nor magic
Arden Evans Cook
A spiritual foundation for friendship
Dorcas W. Strong
Making distinctions—saying "yes," saying "no"
Allison W. Phinney
God's law of harmony brings healing
Truly, God never fails us
Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy quotes the saying (p. 266)...
Amor Jack Weber
With great joy I share the following experiences
Joyce T. Harris with contributions from Edward Talbott Harris
I am deeply grateful for Christian Science—the Science of...
Dorothy A. J. Woodruff