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As we learn to listen for God's direction, we can move through our days without wasted time or energy.
During the early morning and evening hours the crew shells glide up and down the river not far from my home. The rowers are a vision of rhythm, grace, and complete synchronization. All action is finely tuned with no extraneous movement, no excess of any kind.
Watching crew teams is always an inspiration to me. The rowers have their oars precisely coordinated, their strokes timed to perfection. The unity is a marvel to behold as all hands pull together, working toward the same goal.
Helen Louise Oehler
Cherishing those "millions of unprejudiced minds"
Robert A. Wilkin
Early morning prayer
Margaret H. Sullivan
Karen Daub Bedinger
Quod erat demonstrandum
Florence Lee Rheam
Something must be done, something we can do
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Wanted: words of love
William E. Moody
I Wore glasses for a number of years before I was introduced...
Amelda A. Sobrian
One morning several years ago I fell down a long flight of tile...
Joyce D. Wethe with contributions from Robin Wethe Altman
In The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany by...
Louise K. Tupper
It is with a deep sense of gratitude and love for God and...
Marjorie R. Williams
I'm grateful that I was raised by parents who approached life...
Gale L. Wrausmann