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Do fences make good neighbors?
The world, as we know, is getting smaller. Cultures that once knew nothing of one another now exchange everything from cuisine to music to religions. Yet, people continue to suffer in countries that have erected barriers between themselves and the rest of the world, shutting people and ideas within, and the rest of the world out.
When walls build up between neighbors, the tendency on all sides is to draw inward. Fear and suspicion cause people to bar their mental doors to all but those who are most familiar.
Road maps for a changing world
with contributions from Philippa Muldoon, Darley Green, Andrew Wilson
Items of interest
with contributions from Kim Roberts, Paul A. Roberts, Edward Lee Pitts
One traveler's road map for better relations between nations
By Warren Bolon Senior Writer
They 'walked in PEACE with God'
with contributions from Makengo Ma Pululu
The Sadhu of Nairobi
By Karim Ajania
Larry Dossey: Reflections of a pathfinder in spirituality and health
with contributions from Larry Dossey
By Jim Baker
God's care for both of us
By Shirley Paulson
African American spiritual journeys
By Marilyn Jones Senior Writer
Room for understanding
By Ginny Luedeman
Is it right to forgive?
By Richard Bergenheim
A one–word prayer: 'No!'
Prayer aids pregnancy, childbirth
Cláudia Cristina Proença Pinho
Trust in God brings resources