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"Technology can be seen as a reflection of the people who build and use it.
Article

A way will open up . . .

Students from a small town in eastern Oregon give a status report on the world today.
Article

Coming to grips with it all

David Gross, a junior at The College of William and Mary, talks about reactions and responses to bad situations.
Article

She couldn't block it out

Faced with aloneness and fear, Anjuli Graunke decided to stay on top, not hunker down.
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Out of South Africa, Alistair Savides calls for an end to war by using "the greatest defense."
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Best friends—a Muslim and a Christian

Two teenagers from India have a model relationship for bringing more peace to the world.
Poem

Tolerance

There they stood,Two flaming towers in the bright morning sun.
Article

'I decided to just keep going on with it'

For Brett Fletcher-McGookin, the answer to the chaos of 9/11 was a simple one—"just love."
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Kate and Leopold ... and Russell

Heroism in 2002 is not about brute strength or battlefield glory.

Article
It's worth staying true to your ideals—even if you don't think people understand.
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In anticipation of the opening of The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity later this year, the Sentinel launches a feature that will present excerpts from the collections of previously unpublished writings.
Testimony of Healing

I tried to be more compassionate. Not to change my dad, but to change me.

Testimony of Healing

As I left the dentist's office, I realized I knew another way to solve this problem.

Testimony of Healing

I asked myself, Do I see creation as God made it?

Testimony of Healing

We needed the money from closing on our old house to buy the new one.

FROM THE EDITORS

No time for boredom

Divine Love leads people into kind and purposeful lives.

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