"Each issue of the periodicals seems to have even deeper and more glorious proofs of Love's dominion."

How fun to see my article, "Clipping, trimming, and cultivating" appear in the May 15 Sentinel. The Sentinel has been very important in my development as a student of Christian Science. When I began studying it about thirty years ago, I was just over the age for attending Sunday School. I read Science and Health carefully, but it was a bit overwhelming. The Christian Science Quarterly Weekly Bible Lesson allowed me to begin a systematic study, but it was the Sentinel and the articles in The Christian Science Monitor that were my daily bread. Those I could absorb, and I gleaned eagerly.

To be able to take some of the wonderful experiences I've had since then and give something back is very precious indeed. Like the sower and the seed, I feel compelled to send these forth with every expectation of fruition. It doesn't help anyone to leave the seeds in the package!

Candace Lynch
New Braunfels, Texas

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June 26, 2000

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