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I greatly appreciate the openness and outreach expressed by including articles by and about people of different faiths. It shows an understanding of the omni-activity of Christ, Truth—that it can be seen everywhere in our society. It's refreshing to recognize that truth and inspiration are not confined in one small corner of spiritual pursuit, and to know that our love should not be, either.
However, I think it's essential that the statements in all articles still point to truth. While I loved the warmth and love of Mimi Doe's article (May 13) and the beautiful photographs, the use of the word endorphins implies joy is essentially chemical. Such a statement could lead to a line of inquiry that would take the seeker away from spiritual truth. I think it should be made clear that there is no relation between joy and endorphins, and that happiness is never a chemical phenomenon. Thanks again for all your good work.
Nation shall speak peace unto nation
with contributions from Wendy Mulhern, Lynn Meyerson, Joan Holcomb, Virginia Huff
items of interest
with contributions from Eknath Easwaran, David Waters, Bill Sherman, Joshua Levine Grater
RESPONDING to the information tsunami
Stephen T. Gray
SPIRITUALITY in the public square
with contributions from Peggy Wehmeyer
Bettie Gray Sentinel Staff
SENSATIONALISM—news or blues?
MERCY on INTERSTATE 5
Katherine C. Pennington
What St. Paul says about terror
A closetful of gratitude
It was a beautiful snake
Loren L. Janes
The marketing of fear
Spiritual growth brings physical healing
Daniel C. Bort
God's help, wherever you are
Protected when assaulted