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I related to Kim Shippey's article "Paradise regained" in the December 6, 2004, Sentinel ["You are exempt from the flu"]. On a visit to England 20 years after experiencing rural life there during my teens, I bemoaned the fact that "it was no longer the England, or English villages, I had known then."
It is the same all over the world, I concluded. It all depends on how one looks at progress, which is inevitable. I have my treasured memories, but I only look at good and beneficial progress now. Yes, paradise can be regained by everyone.
With every good wish to all members of the Sentinel staff for many blessings in the new year,
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The tide of grace
with contributions from Bridget Broadhurst, Shirley Jones, Daisy J. Muff, James Welch, Anne Daly, Daniel Robert
COMFORTING THE SURVIVOR MILLIONS
By Warren Bolon
LOOKING FOR ANSWERS
By Djoni Darmadi
THE TSUNAMI IN SOUTHERN ASIA AND THE SPIRIT THAT COMFORTS THE WORLD
By Channing Walker
MIGHTIER than the waves of the sea
By Subhash Malhotra
DON'T BLAME GOD
By Sarah Nelson
FOR A SAFER WORLD
By Casey Wright
JOURNEY TO PEACE
By Clementina M. Chéry
Super bowl champions everywhere
By Kim Shippey
Watching South Asia—with prayer
By Rosalie E. Dunbar
Hemorrhaging stopped through spiritual understanding
How prayer brought calm at sea