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Reprinted from The Christian Science Monitor
Peace, the Monitor, and the world
Over the course of history, many leaders—political and religious—have asked their people to pray for peace, prosperity, freedom. Mrs. Eddy, who founded The Christian Science Monitor, was committed to prayer and believed deeply that informed prayer—prayer based on an understanding of truth—was essential to peace among nations.
From her life, it is evident that her worldview was broad. She was much aware of wars and other world events. Yet she was convinced that prayer would enable mankind to solve its problems and to find genuine stability and prosperity. On more than one occasion, she specifically advised her followers to pray for peace. Throughout her writings, she stresses the importance of prayer for leaders and for the world.
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