TO OUR READERS

People are looking at institutions and governments and demanding change—more honesty, accountability, productivity. Although such change may seem beyond the reach of any one individual, each of us actually can play a role, as this week's focus brings out. "Reforming reform" outlines the spiritual concepts that truly re-form society. The examples given in "Reform: is it really possible?" show how individuals, taking a spiritual approach, were able to change conditions for the better in their countries.

"Face with a troubling boss?" offers ideas that will help anyone in a difficult work situation. "Standing firm—regardless of outward conditions" takes you on a walk through the garden and shows you symbols of both strength and beauty. "Pressure and the irresistible nature of Christ" features another symbol—a glass float that is transformed by the pressures deep in the ocean—illustrating Christ's restoring power.

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Reforming reform
June 16, 1997
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