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A reader recently commented on finding a gem among other "merely mundane" articles. Frankly, I'd like to congratulate the Sentinel staff for having the humility and compassion to print articles which meet the searching thought in its various stages of spiritual advancement. Jesus spoke in parables, using worldly examples when that format would best reach particular listeners. Wherever people are on their spiritual journey today, they can now find inspiration in the new, more inclusive Sentinel.
The Sentinel's founder, Mary Baker Eddy, wrote of "a blade of grass" and "a star" as distinct identities maintained by a caring creator (Science and Health, p. 70). Recently I was in a situation where I felt very ordinary or mundane—like a simple blade of grass among a thousand brilliant stars. But I discovered that the qualities I expressed were exactly what was needed to give someone life-saving help. Thank you again for valuing the power of a right idea, no matter how simply expressed!
Paramus, New Jersey
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Work-life balance, in three short scenes
with contributions from Cindy Roemer, Ann Benson, John Burnett, Jane Ernst
How I got a LIFE
BY Ricardo Saldivar
BY MARGARET ROGERS Contributing Editor
BUSY lives don't need to be OVERLOADED lives
By Sibylle Bauer
The paradox of control: GIVE it up to GAIN it
BY Marilyn C. Jones Sentinel staff
In LOVE with the refrigerator?
BY Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
FOOD—FRIEND, FOE, OR FUEL?
Inspiration from a spelling bee
BY Jeffrey Hildner
Through a spiritual lens—'WONDERFUL STRUCTURES'
Designed to be unselfish
By Lois Rae Carlson
---- 100 years ago
Touching the infinite
BY Shelly Richardson
Gallstones dissolved through prayer
I walked out healed