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Every once in a while we hear of or meet someone who doesn't live as though "the way things are" is some kind of cast-in-concrete set of circumstances. This week's Sentinel is filled with some remarkable experiences of ordinary people who are breaking out of limits the world says they're bound by. And they are helping others' lives to change for the better, too.

These men and women have something definite in common—they're thinking and living from the premise that God, Spirit, is absolutely real and present in their lives. In her editorial, Ann Kenrick describes a young man who upon experiencing the healing power of God, decided to go out and do something with what he had learned. Whatever he glimpsed of spiritual reality, of man's identity as God's expression, stirred him to praise and to action. This is the nature of spirituality. It rouses us to embrace new possibilities by showing us that, as the Bible says, "all things are possible" with God.

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