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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.
TO OUR READERS
Reform: is it really possible?
with contributions from Robert S. K. Tucker, Martha Dismont, James Mathiott
Faced with a troubling boss?
Karen Beth Kersey
Standing firm—regardless of outward conditions
Our true Parent
Elaine Schuster Dent
Divine Love's care for children
Lois J. Thorson
Archbishop speaks on true worship
by Kim Shippey
The story our lives tell
William E. Moody
For over ten years I suffered from an annoying disease associated...
Rosemary F. Thornton
As my husband, my sister, and I were driving home from attending...
Patricia M. Curtis
Years ago, when I became acquainted with Christian Science...
Julia F. Marcondes
For many years, well over a decade, I had nightmares in which...
Mary Alice Rose