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To Our Readers
This Morning As I'm writing from home, I look out on a fresh snowfall. Yesterday the ground was bare. Yet during the night the snow came quietly over our hill. Now everything is brilliant. It all sparkles in the early morning sunlight. Countless diamonds on trees, along the garden's border, on the window ledge. Everything is fresh, new, bright. It's a perfectly grand morning.
I think that when we experience spiritual healing, especially when pain is cast away, it can feel like that. Life itself is fresh, new, bright. The cover story this week explores a spiritual approach to defeating pain that relies on the healing power of prayer. It's worth reading.
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Jacqueline Mosk, John Morrison, Dee Redding Curtis, Martha Palmer
items of interest
with contributions from The Dalai Lama, M.S. Mason
How to win the battle against pain
By Rosalie E. Dunbar
Let's end dead-end thinking
By Marian C. English
Out of heartbreak, into joy
By Colleen Feldmann Douglass
Don't go there!
Bethany Adlam Brix
Fighting racism: from fists to prayer
By Julio C. Rivas T.
Noah built a boat, and his descendants, a giant tower
By Eva-Maria Hogrefe
Prayer heals physical difficulties
Heidi Skok Thorp
Smoking and drinking habits overcome
Jean Margaret Maitland
Healing and protection while traveling overseas
Jack L. Nagle
Cyst eliminated through prayer
Meire A. De Souza
Music: from comfort in sorrow to songs of joy
By Osceola Davis
The language of love, the language of healing
Mary Metzner Trammell