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About two years ago, I was in my laundry room putting clothes into the washing machine. The floor was wet.
Suddenly, I slipped and fell. Instinctively, I put my hand forward to protect my face, and so I landed with all my weight on the hand.
The pain was very strong, and it felt as if something had been dislocated. I walked back into the house, thinking of Love—our Father-Mother, God, who is omnipotent and has the power to free us from all evil and all pain. Love could save me from the intense pain I was feeling.
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To Our Readers
with contributions from Vernelle Christensen, Jeane Gaddie, Karen Walsh, Joan Sieber Ware
items of interest
with contributions from Christa Pongratz-Lippitt, Jeremy Bransten, Valerie Weaver-Zercher
Your part in ending world hunger
By Bea Roegge
'Peace is the only way'
By Kim Shippey
What our horse taught us about trust
A love that doesn't disappoint
Bringing a healing dimenson to intellectual pursuits
Kathryn Jones Dunton
QUESTIONS THAT MAKE YOU THINK
Injuries quickly healed
Child's growth hormone deficiency cured
Help during childbirth
Help when child is choking
Alba L. C. da Silveira
Stubborn injuries—not hopeless
Jane Partis McCarty
Myths and truths about boys