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Will you please stop fighting?
The Christian Science Monitor
There are times when the sobering realization comes that perhaps the only difference between a heated argument and war is the number of people involved. It doesn't take weapons to destroy. And a conflict on any scale doesn't have to be "public" in order to have a detrimental effect on others.
But what do you do when arguments drag on, and good friends can no longer see eye to eye, and relationships look threatened?
One morning while I was praying for the resolution of an argument that appeared to have serious consequences for those involved, I happened to glance down at a copy of The Christian Science Monitor. There was a heart-rending photo of a young soldier (perhaps no more than twelve or thirteen years old) on the front page. The look in his eyes was penetrating and unforgettable. The longing and yearning on his face seemed to be a cry for help aimed at every individuals who would read that paper.
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Increasing the ratio of good
with contributions from Megan, Josh, Wendy
PROGRAM NO. 36 - "Now is the accepted time"
with contributions from Derek Holmes, Moji Anjorin Solanke, Priscilla Emerson, Elliott Reinert
Loving our neighbor opens the way for healing
Janet Heineman Clements
"And that's a fact!"
Care for a young family
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
True friends versus counterfeit
Michael D. Rissler
I was at a camp for Christian Scientists during the summer of...
Lisa Nicolson with contributions from Sandra Nicolson
"Count your many blessings, name them one by one, and it...
Bessie Rodger Cavers
I am most grateful for having grown up with Christian Science...
Elizabeth Crecelius Schwartz