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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A look at the unpublished writings of Mary Baker Eddy
On September 29, 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 collection of materials.
This is a letter Mary Baker Eddy wrote to Ellen Bouton of Chicago in February 1889. The previous September Mrs. Bouton had been a student in a class taught by Mrs. Eddy at the Massachusetts Metaphysical College in Boston, an experience she recalled years later as her "spiritual meat and drink."
Always 'under God'
with contributions from Laurie Knights Danko, Jim Bender, Lucie Lehmann-Barclay, Susan Early, Lilli Locke, Peggy Johnsen
items of interest
with contributions from Tom Lowry, Robert Coombe, Craig Cox, Mary Pipher
From self-interest to the common good
By Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
On the way to critical mass
By Tony Lobl
Heal yourself—by helping someone else
By Rebecca Odegaard
Principle in the marketplace—progress report from Ankara
By Gloria Onyuru
Make history? Who, me?
By Beverly Goldsmith Contributing Editor
By Channing Walker
My brother—what a treasure!
By Barbara M. Vining Contributing Editor
How can you help fight the fires?
By David Graham
PRAYER ABOUT FIRES
Is it OK to be happy?
By J. Thomas Black
Disease healed when seen to be unreal
A change of heart
Prayer saves the day
To be a force for good