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"I have found that my spirituality is not an end but a means... for helping to bring about the spiritualization of humanity."
I am grateful for the "Items of Interest" section. It has helped me see that humanity is yearning for spirituality, and thereby helps me feel less ridiculous in sharing this great truth. I am able to see how selfish I would be to know what I know and not share it with humanity, which is asking and even praying for spirituality.
For many years I did behind Mary Baker Eddy's words "At present mortals progress slowly for fear of being thought ridiculous" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 68). Without a spiritual understanding of myself or the passage, I felt justified in not sharing this truth if I was timid or felt embrassed doing so. During that time my progress was indeed slow or even non-existent.
To Our Readers
items of interest
with contributions from Anthony B. Robinson
Your right to be free
By Rosalie E. Dunbar
Cross grief off the calendar
BY Barbara Beth Whitewater
The day a junco flew into the window
By Doreen O'Donnell McClurg
Susan M. Schmeltz
Ready for the unexpected
By Dee Redding Curtis
A perspective on homosexuality
The millennium: a time for daring
By Robert A. Johnson
By Virginia S. Harris
Quick recovery from a fall
David J. Goldsmith
Prejudice overcome; extreme dizziness conquered
Byrdia V. Lyons
Teenager tells of healing through prayer
Trust in God brings peace and healing
Painful foot problems healed
Grace P. Holmes
Skip the gym and check out a book
By Marta Greenwood
A preacher's dream, a woman's discovery