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When we see their value, and how much they sustain us, the things of Spirit are well worth caring about.
Many of us may be members of a church, attend services regularly, love the inspiration and guidance that reading the Bible and our religious literature gives us. But there may be times when we despondently wonder, "Why bother?" Spirituality can seem so tiny, so ineffectual, in the face of materialism and the pressures of today's hyperactivity, complicated personal relationships, dismal local and national news, health issues, and financial matters.
When we feel bogged down, it may be hard to discern if we are really improving our life and the community around us. It's all too easy to think: What's the point? Problems are already too many. The coming days and generations will only have more sensualism and mayhem to face. Why not give up our religious standards and spiritual quests and take in as much human pleasure as we possibly can, for us, for now?
Anne Elizabeth Davidson Kidder
Spiritual vision and the human need
Living by littles
Robert Eliot Lovett
Carol J. Boggs
"A physician's reasons for becoming a Christian Scientist"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Michael D. Rissler
Joan Sieber Ware
One day I noticed a little growth on my body, but I thought...
Patricia Harris Riepe
Christ Jesus sent seventy disciples out on a healing mission
Roger L. Weinheimer
A few years ago I had a healing for which I am particularly...
Emerald F. Abbott