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'The first time I met Mrs. Eddy...'
I was born in Druskeniki, Province of Grodno, Russia. At the age of twelve years, I came to America, and for seven months after my arrival, I lived with my aunt, Fannie Phillips, in Lynn, Massachusetts.... The back yard of my aunt's home was opposite the back yard of the home of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy.
The first time I met Mrs. Eddy was when I was less than three weeks in America. It happened one morning while I was hanging baby clothes on the clothesline in the back yard. I was singing a Russian song when Mrs. Eddy motioned to me to come over. She spoke to me but I could not understand, so I said to her, "I do not speak English."... On entering the house I told my aunt that the lovely lady... spoke to me and that I was sorry I could not understand as I liked the lady so much. My aunt appeared quite excited and warned me never to go near her....
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with contributions from Weston D. Clement, Sid Kaizen, Anne Adams Messner, Valerie Jeeves, Peter F. Barker, Dee Mahuvawalla, Caron Cosden
Items of interest
with contributions from Stephen G. Wright, Jean Sayer-Adams, John Freeman, Dick Stanley
ORDER ON THE ICE
A HOCKEY DAD'S PRAYERS
Preventing violence on the field
Marilyn C. Jones
The player's viewpoint
Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
The smell of the ice
Spiritual dimension undergirds Olympic ideals
Argentina—the press, the pot-banging, the prayers
Prayer vs. bush fires
Russ Gerber with contributions from Sancy Childs
A clear understanding of womanhood brings healing
Christine Hurley Pappas
The grace of healing
Prayer reverses childbirth crisis
Gayle McManus with contributions from John Hueffner
Health and wholeness replace fever
'Daddy, are we having an adventure?'