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What this Mind imparts is forever
with contributions from Lee J. Gutteter, Ann Tufts-Church, Marilyn Jean Perkinson, Katherine C. Pennington
items of interest
with contributions from Douglas M. Lawson
Mental decline is surmountable
By Rosalie E. Dunbar
Mental stability is part of your spiritual nature
By Robert A. Johnson
Chronic fatigue and the fast track
INTERVIEW WITH TERRI FRIEL
Compassion on the Green Line
By Gwendolyn Joy Forest
Lessons from the pumpkin patch
By Laura Bantly
Swimming with the jellyfish ... and God
Jéssica Lays Amorim dos Santos
A riff on joy
By Zöe Landale
Inspired thoughts bring freedom from sickness
Florángela Borbón Ortiz
A spiritual journey
Joy Ellen Booth
Quality of life improves
John F. Anderson
Walking away from injury
God's care ends worry and pain
Diane H. Agnew