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The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity
In her true light ...
A look at the unpublished writings of Mary Baker Eddy
In September 2002, The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity will open its doors. For the rest of this year, the Sentinel will bring readers selections from the Library's previously unpublished collection of materials.
This is an excerpt from a reminiscence by Frances E. Chesley. Mary Baker Eddy moved to Concord, New Hampshire, in 1889; Pleasant View, a remodeled farmhouse, was her home there from 1892 to 1908. As a child, Mrs. Chesley was a neighbor of Mrs. Eddy's, who lived on Pleasant Street in Concord.
"Mrs. Eddy's charities were many. She did not let her right hand know what her left hand was doing.
Mothering through all seasons
with contributions from Marianne D. Russell, Vicki Knickerbocker, Richard Shoalts, Betty Jean Kistler
Items of interest
with contributions from GiGi Burke, Linda Lyons
'Please, Madam Minister, set my son free'
By Warren Bolon
DIANA MCINTOSH TALKS ABOUT THROUGH THE VALLEY: MILGAARD, A SYMPHONIC WORK FOR ORCHESTRA, PIANO, AND SPOKEN VOICE
Chosen by an angel
By Mimi Doe
A BALANCED LIFE
Mother love SURVIVES
By Gloria Harrison
Through a spiritual lens-MOTHER AND CHILD
with contributions from Robert harbison, Ari Denison
A single mom trusts God to carry her through
By Patricia Lesesne
'The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo'
By Patricia Del Castillo
THE 'DIRTY WAR'
P. D. C
Too much to do? Let Mother do it
By Patricia Tupper Hyatt
A quick healing of a severe injury
Thomas Lee Gordon
Change in thought heals acute pain
Ellen M. Thompson
Problems resolved on trip abroad
The ripple effect of Christian healing