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How excellent is the gift of Richard Bergenheim's article, "Looking back, looking ahead," in the 31 December issue. I felt so inspired to move forward in my prayer as I read this "vigorous assertion of life" reminding us that "the power and presence of God is with us" and "there is no evil in the creation of God." The author's interpretation of Jesus' two great commandments, "I am to love my neighbor as I am loved by God," will be helpful in work I do praying with children as a Christian Science practitioner.
I also really appreciated Russ Gerber's editorial in the same issue. He reminded us of our ability to do our part in "Raising the quality of life" in our communities and our neighborhoods. This Sentinel is a keeper and one to share widely.
You do matter
with contributions from Sancy Nason Childs, Patti Mehring, Kristina M. Neiman, Oliver Hirsh
items of interest
with contributions from Nancy A. Peddle, Mark I. Pinsky, Betsy Mason
Self-worth overcomes intimidation
By Marilyn C. Jones, Sentinel staff
Self-image in the mud
By Kim Shippey
By Jenny Sawyer
For what it's worth
By Madora Kibbe
Your worth—recovered spiritually
By Richard Bergenheim, Contributing Editor
Two perspectives on a tale of two nations
By Warren Bolon
The day I rewrote my life
By Patricia Tupper Hyatt Contributing Editor
Power to heal addiction
By Riley Seay
Prayer about an intimidating boss
Learning about God's control
Walter Dinardo, Jr.
The joy of ego-busting