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The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity tm
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A look at the unpublished writings of Mary Baker Eddy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.
In April 1887, the National Christian Scientist Association, an organization of students of Christian Science, met in Boston. Mary Baker Eddy, President of the Association, addressed the group in a speech whose text has just recently been identified in the Library's collections. The meeting was held in Boston's Meionaon Hall, which was located in Tremont Temple, a hall that had poignant associations for Mrs. Eddy. She began her speech by recalling how two years earlier, in 1885, she had been granted only ten minutes "in which to reply to a scathing letter read at that time in public." The conclusion of the address is published here.
Finding the elegant solution
with contributions from Yewande Akinola, Shirley January, Joe Smuin, Suzanne Nightingale, John Hay Scott
Items of interest
with contributions from Marc Gellman, Thomas Hartman, Kay Barkin, Ruth Gledhill, Michael E. Ruane
Reaching for the Summit with youthful eyes
By Karen Shippey
Nature columnist and artist
By Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
To be a force for positive change
Warren Bolon with contributions from Candelaria Silva
If they build it, it can grow
By Corvin Huber
I love all TREES
By Ovídio Trentini
For the good of the whole
By Margaret Rogers
Severe hand sores cured
Unemployment problems resolved
Abdominal pain healed