Alive to the goodness of God

Our happiness, health, and well-being depend, more than anything else, on our ability to feel good—to feel and respond to God's reality.

Once I told an experienced musician I knew about a healing of a friend whose shattered health had been restored through Christian Science. The healing took some months. Along with much study and prayer, my friend again and again listened to a recording of one piece of music: a vigorous and lovely quintet for piano and strings by Robert Schumann.

"I can well understand that," said the musician, who was also a Christian Scientist. "That piece virtually sings out, 'There is good.'"

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FROM THE Directors
January 29, 1990
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