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Recently, not far from here, a man inadvertently rode his horse into a marsh, where it became mired. All his efforts to free the animal proved ineffective, so a fire engine was called, and a rope attached to the saddle got the poor beast out. The firefighters even helped by hosing down the muddy rider.
No one would have advised the engine to back into the marsh next to the horse and try to help from there. It had to remain on solid ground to be of use. And so do we.
The Christian Science Monitor
FROM THE EDITORS
Prayer and the environment
Nancy Goodman Tucher
No nuclear midnight in God's care
Rosalie E. Dunbar
On the Pulse of Morning
An excerpt from the poem by Maya Angelou
Letters to the PRESS—and other articles
with contributions from Linda Shaver
Healing at home, healing in the world
Root out the dandelions!
Robert A. Moss
FROM HAND TO HAND
"In earth, as it is in heaven"
William E. Moody
Respect for conscience
Barbara M. Vining
Having loved and studied Christian Science for over fifty...
Helen Swanson Ruhl
Can God bring healing to a situation that appears beyond...
Jeffrey L. Plum
At one time I had the desire to become a member of a...
Sally Ann Beale
Our family has enjoyed innumerable blessings through the...
Patsy F. Laughridge