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Unselfish love and political rebuilding
Despite long-standing political structures, significant change has begun to ripple through South Africa's political, financial, educational, and social systems. And people on all sides agree: change has just begun.
Much work lies ahead, and those who care about this vast and beautiful country are searching for patterns on which to build the nation anew. Among those who care deeply for the country and its people is South African writer Michael Cassidy.
Mr. Cassidy is the author of The Politics of Love. Frankly, Mr. Cassidy's description of love as a powerful basis for practical restructuring reminded us of the writings of Sentinel founder Mary Baker Eddy. She, too, viewed love as a far cry from merely kindly, fragile human sentiment. Genuine love, rooted in God, divine Love, she described as the power underlying the abolition of slavery in the United States.
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Kathryn A. Knox
Refuse to be allergic
Dorothy Dipuo Maubane
Praying for our country
Judy Elizabeth Auret
A country of promise
Taking care of our health
To choose to think as free men and women
Michael D. Rissler
I Would like to share a healing I had several years ago of...
Sara Catherine Foster with contributions from David Alan Foster, Marian J. Foster
In the summer of 1990, at the start of a vacation trip, I...
Bruce Allan Jamerson
I was told by a college counselor that I was "not college...
Lester Lynch Donica