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FROM THE EDITORS

FROM THE EDITORS

From the Rio conference held in Brazil last year, to the presidential election in the United States, to Captain Planet, a popular children's television cartoon in which kids dramatically confront and resolve challenges to the earth's biosphere, our world's environment is a vital issue these days.
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Prayer and the environment

When I first heard about the oil tanker Braer caught in the rocks along a coast of the Shetland Islands, a sense of acute distress overcame me.
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When ego, a desire for personal power, and fear are addressed prayerfully, opportunities for peace can emerge, sometimes in unexpected ways.

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The advertising that has appeared in the Special Services Advertising section of the Sentinel, most recently on April 12, will now appear within the classified section of The Christian Science Monitor.
Poem

On the Pulse of Morning

A Rock, A River, A TreeHosts to species long since departed,Marked the mastodon,The dinosaur, who left dried tokensOf their sojourn hereOn our planet floor,Any broad alarm of their hasteningdoomIs lost in the gloom of dust and ages.
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Maya Angelou's remarkable poem has been quoted and reprinted many times since she first read it in January at the inauguration of the President of the United States.
Letters

Letters to the PRESS—and other articles

From the Boston Herald January 8, 1993
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I caught a glimpse of the truth that everyone includes health and strength because, as the Bible in Malachi tells us, we are all created by the same God.

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Root out the dandelions!

I'm not much of a gardener.
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Recently, not far from here, a man inadvertently rode his horse into a marsh, where it became mired.
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The Sentinel is meant to be shared.
Editorial
The picture rests in thought as vividly today as when I first stood at the lake's edge.
Editorial

Respect for conscience

Respect for one another and for our shared environment makes living together—whether in the same house, in the same community, or on the same planet—more enjoyable and more productive.
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We all want to feel that we and those we love—and really everyone in our communities—are safe.
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Those who are seasoned students of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, as well as those who may consider themselves simply beginning readers of it, will be interested to know of upcoming meetings sponsored by the Publisher of Mary Baker Eddy's writings, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, being held throughout the United States and around the world.
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This year's Annual Meeting will convene on Monday afternoon, June 7, at 1:30 p.
Testimony of Healing
Having loved and studied Christian Science for over fifty years, I have come to rely on it for all my needs.
Testimony of Healing
Can God bring healing to a situation that appears beyond our control, and where crime has occurred?
Testimony of Healing
At one time I had the desire to become a member of a Christian Science branch church, in order to give back something of what I was gaining from my study of Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
Our family has enjoyed innumerable blessings through the years, and Christian Science has shown me that our Father-Mother God is the source of them all.

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