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Art, honesty, and business
In the United States, many companies—large and small—are rediscovering the adage that honesty is the best policy. As the founder of this magazine, Mary Baker Eddy, wrote more than a hundred years ago, "Honesty is spiritual power" (Science and Health, p. 453).
This has been clearly proved in the experience of Victoria and Richard MacKenzie-Childs, owners of a company with a worldwide reputation in the design and manufacture of home furnishings, majolica dinnerware, glassware, linen, and specialized accessories. Their designs are available at more than 150 shops throughout the United States, and in a limited number of boutiques globally.
TO OUR READERS
How Spirit dissipated the storm
Lynn G. Jackson
"The radiation of Spirit"
Is matter as solid as it looks?
Bernice Holly Higgins
Loving our family
Anne M. Morin
with contributions from Mark Nager, Terry Nager, Natalie Jamerson, Whitney Schlismann
Robert E. Norris
But what about evil?
Lynn Allison Hofflund
A sweet presence in the home
Barbara M. Vining
Some years ago, I was invited to speak to a group on a Bible...
Russell L. Luerssen
I had walked around the kitchen floor barefoot after a glass had...
Leah Petersen with contributions from Cheryl Petersen