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Thoughts that cause mental storms come from the belief that man is a material being, with his own individual mind that is susceptible to both good and bad. We think of others or ourselves as inflexible mortals who may have uncontrollable feelings of lack, fear, depression, helplessness, grief, loneliness, or unhappiness. But this way of thinking can drag us into the depths of mortal existence.
How can we get out of these rough mental seas? We can begin by thinking about ourselves as spiritual beings. Beings who have a heavenly Father-Mother God and who are continously loved and appreciated. We can think of others and ourselves as only good. nothing else but good, no duality. As we begin to think of ourselves as experiencing only good, that is what we will experience. And this all-embracing love eliminates the thoughts and feelings that toss us to and fro.
Williamstown, Victoria, Australia
Facing down the what ifs
with contributions from Helen Rose Craig, Eleanor Braman, Margaret Wylie, Anne Wilder
items of interest
with contributions from Stephen Scott, Elizabeth Lesser, Daniel Rechtschaffen, Marc Gunther, Colleen Long
You're always safe in God's care
By David Degler
with contributions from Julie-Anne Eastman, Carmen Diaz-Bolton, Zöe Landale
Words of comfort
By D. Kitty Simms
Bring down the walls of division—everywhere
BY Cynthia A. Neely
Peace of mind—even under attack
Interview with Marie-Claude Dayon
Attacked by a shark protected by love
with contributions from Laurie Causey
'SHE HAD A FIRM SPIRITUAL CONFIDENCE . . .'
'WE HAD TO CHANGE OUR PERCEPTION OF WHAT HAD HAPPENED . . .'
with contributions from Holly, Terry Keeble
THE GOLDEN RULE . . . under the Golden Arches
BY KIM SHIPPEY
Divine help at the edge of a waterfall
Megan Elizabeth Cole
Pain and infection stopped by prayer
Real estate problems resolved
Solange Santos Ferraz
True safety for everyone