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When the June 7 issue arrived, I quickly glanced through its contents and noticed the interview: "From Saigon to Boston—Mary Baker Eddy's great—great—great—grandson discovers who she was," by Marilyn Jones. After perusing the first few sentences, I found that I just had to keep on reading the entire article. It was so thrilling to find out about the special visit to The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity by the great—great—great—grandson of the founder of this magazine. What a truly unique and refreshing perspective on the Library and its namesake.
I really liked George Washington Glover VI's description of Christian Science: "It's really about a spiritual journey and connecting spiritually with God."
Pressing on to Peace
with contributions from David Goldsmith, Helen Koehler, Elise L. Moore, Rita Ellen Hahn
ITEMS of INTEREST
with contributions from Lori Van Ingen, Anita Jain, Mario Toneguzzi
Still, the birds keep singing
By Tom Black
PRAYER FOR THE MIDDLE EAST
By Rosalie E. Dunbar Photographs By Lloyd Wolf
STORIES THAT BUILD CONNECTIONS
with contributions from Bettie Gray, Warren Bolon, Kim Shippey, Marilyn Jones, Frank L. Smith
Compassion heals a sunburn
By Malcolm Drummond
I refused to let rape change me
By Kate Dearborn
The catch that didn't get away
By Peter Tonge
An inclusive organization
By Lindsay Pope
For hostages, the heart cries for new light
By Tony Lobl
'I was capable of making a change'
All things are possible to God