"A spiritual renaissance—shifting thought-patterns" (April 2) sparkles! It was a joy to read that the authors are seeing a trend of turning away from doctrine to universal principles. Because of the article's inclusive spirit, I gave away two copies to individuals who are on a spiritual journey (one to a newcomer at the Reading Room and the other to a fellow juror as we awaited our call to service). Such articles fulfill the Sentinel's mission to watch the world from a spiritual perspective.

Kathryn Dunton
Wellesley, Massachusetts

I was very disappointed by the interview with a sociologist and a psychologist. I understand "traditionalist" and "modernist" and certainly consider myself neither. But I don't like "cultural creative," either. The article was wordy, and I wondered if the interviewees knew what they were talking about. I didn't.

items of interest
items of interest
June 4, 2001

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.