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Have you ever felt that you were the odd one out? Perhaps at school or with your friends? You knew something was wrong, but you went along with it all the same because you didn't want to be different? It's easy to be carried along like that, especially when there's a crowd. But just because a lot of people are doing something doesn't make it right.
One of my favorite stories as a child was called "Topsy-Turvy Land." The houses stood on their roofs, and people went up ladders to their front doors. They wore shoes on their heads and hats on their feet.
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from June McMillan, Cynthia M. Turcotte, Pringle Snyder
items of interest
with contributions from Larry Dossey, Patricia Volk, Lori B. Andrews
Are you your genes?
A GENETIC BASIS FOR INTELLIGENCE?
Ronald S. Douglass
Individuality—a precious gift that can't be lost
Amele Hilda Gasteen
What are you entertaining?
Jane Partis McCarty
Take a well-deserved break
Judith Haugan Ryan
Linda S. Vara
WE'RE ALL FAMILY
Richard E. Kutz
ANASTASIA HELPED ME WAKE UP
Fujiko T. Signs
Years of healings for mother and son
Chronic illness healed
Prayer heals pinkeye
Anthony Berkenkamp Muralles with contributions from Carolyn Berkenkamp
Epilepsy healed; freedom of movement restored
How long do you want to live?
Robert A. Johnson
Reformers needed for the century ahead