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BRINGING THE BIBLE to India is a massive task.
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Mental decline is surmountable

As the light of God shines on each of us, it shows that gaps in consciousness like memory loss and Alzheimer's disease are not insurmountable.
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Perhaps the real choice is not between pursuing every promise of a cure and protecting every embryo.
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Realizing that God is the one Mind and intelligence is the kind of spiritual understanding that helped bring the author's friend Lola out of a mental institution.
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Chronic fatigue and the fast track

A chemical engineer—used to the scientific method of questioning things—couldn't accept the doctor's verdict that there was no hope for a cure to her chronic fatigue syndrome.
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Compassion on the Green Line

One woman dared to break the circumference of discomfort to help an unconscious subway rider.
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"Gleaning" or "stealing"? Would a harvest by either name taste as good? This woman let her Sunday School students test her ethics.
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Swimming with the jellyfish ... and God

ONE day I went to the beach with my family.
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A riff on joy

Joy—we all want it. The key to getting it realizing it's a spiritual quality, not a thing.
Testimony of Healing

I needed to stop being afraid.

Testimony of Healing

A spiritual journey

My husband and I needed to maintain an atmosphere where healing was expected.

Testimony of Healing

Quality of life improves

I was able to support my family in a much better fashion.

Testimony of Healing

Walking away from injury

Two winters ago, on the day before a cheerleading competition, I hurt my ankle very badly.
Testimony of Healing

I could feel the pain diminishing.

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Editorial

'Mem'ries ...'

These lines open the hauntingly beautiful and poignant ballad "The Way We Were" — lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman, music by Marvin Hamlisch, and recorded by the incomparable voice of Barbra Streisand.

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