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A HEART FOR COMMUNITY
It's natural to care deeply about community. Real love for family extends to neighbors—and overflows for the whole of society. This occasional column tells of how a spiritual perspective has been helping Sentinel readers help others and make a contribution to healing some of the collective challenges facing communities today.
Several years ago one neighbor had a feud with another neighbor. I lived between the two, and each seemed to think I was a sounding board against the other. I liked both neighbors and prayed at different times to see a loving solution come about. Each time I prayed, I did feel better, and, looking back, I know we were all helped; but I still felt something more needed to be resolved.
Peter A. Berg
Selfless love, unity, and immunity
Patricia S. Johnston
Finding a way out of grief
Annette Jean Hornstein-Janpol
FROM HAND TO HAND
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Finding meaning in the face of senseless tragedy
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy...
Steven N. Waller
From the time I was a teenager, I was faced with periodic...
Peter C. Vaughan with contributions from Christine Vaughan
My name is Garrett and I am in the fifth grade
Garrett O. Goldsmith with contributions from Bradford D. Goldsmith
I am so grateful to have been raised in Christian Science
Rachel A. F. Henderson