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To our readers,
In whatever city, suburb, or faraway village you pore over these pages, we hope you feel as we do, that the words help to draw us together. We can be miles and even oceans apart, and yet we meet over these pages. We are reminded again and again that we live and work as part of a larger whole—where each one's spiritual experience matters much more than we might have imagined.
In this community we need not know each other personally to help one another greatly with actual comfort and healing. For example, a young man who has traveled to the bedside of a friend in an African hospital with a Sentinel in his hand doesn't know the Sentinel authors per se, but he does know that because they have, to some degree, lived and written the truth of Christian Science, his friend is healed and leaves that hospital. (See the upcoming December 30 Sentinel lead editorial.) It is one of many, many examples that drive home the point that those who live spiritual truth enable others to live it.
INSIDE: LOOKING INTO THIS ISSUE
A businessman's dilemma: doing the right thing, through prayer
Written for the Sentinel
Yielding to God: an "I" for an "i"
William Welsh Holland
The Bible Lesson: a true refuge
Horacio Hector Colombo
With Love, you can do it
Richard C. Bergenheim
What we all can do
Michael D. Rissler
Brotherhood builds neighborhood
I would like to express my gratitude for Christian Science
David DeWitt Boggs
Upon waking one morning I found it almost impossible...
Letty Scrimgeour Dorr
The first Christian Science healing I witnessed occurred...
Betty Mitchell Ames
Seven years ago when our younger daughter was three...
Nancy Rosebush with contributions from James S. Rosebush