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"Those seeking diligently to understand spirituality have common ground on which to stand and join with brothers and sisters of all religions."
Learning to be a good Christian, Catholic, Jew, Muslim, Hindu, or any of the many religions requires a lot of the student. I was pleased to read the insightful article "Learning to be a Christian" (December 13, 1999).
Those seeking diligently to understand spirituality have common ground on which to stand and join with brothers and sisters of all religions. My volunteer work in the state penal system as a Christian Science worker has shown me that the "hungering and thirsting" of any religion can be given the "cup" of healing. Christian Science has helped many to pray more effectively. Prayer is common to all religions. To use Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy as a Bible commentary and study tool will bless any sincere student. I love her humble instruction to follow her "only so far as she follows Christ" (Message to The Mother Church for 1902, P. 4).
To Our Readers
with contributions from Daniel Finlay, James C. Purdon
items of interest
with contributions from Larry Dossey, lrene Monroe, Claudia Combs
Dreaming of something for nothing?
By Candace du Mars
HAVING WHAT WE NEED
Safe in God's love including on the ski slope
By Francesca Jordan Karpel
This wasn't a typical contest
The moment of the millennium
By Masami Worgotter
What I would like to do
Do things or thoughts rule us?
By Clifford Kapps Eriksen
The gratitude attitude wipes out dismay
By Charles Edward Langton
Severe cold and breathing difficulties healed
Ruth Anne Kraner
Prayer heals back pain
David Alan Grier
New life, new beginning
By Gay Bryant
Lower the ego level