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It didn't take our Sentinel planning meeting long to settle on this week's topic. In an age in which none of us can board a flight, cash a traveler's check, enter certain clubs, or even get into the building in which we hold our meetings, without an ID, we just had to take a serious look at the only identity that really counts for us—spiritual identity.
Who hasn't held a baby up to a mirror and asked, "Who's that?" The response is usually "Baba!" But as the infant grows older, the response is more likely to be his or her name. The child's grasp of identity has moved from the broad category of baby to something more concrete, individual, and capable of meaningful expression.
with contributions from WENDY P. WACHTEL, CAROL CUMMINGS, CHARLES LINDAHL, MEG COWAN
KIM SHIPPEY, SENIOR WRITER
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Roger Campbell, Virginia Norton, Ramit Plushnick-Masti
The Identity Divine Love Reveals
BY BARBARA COOK SPENCER
GOD'S CHILD—that means something!
BY DAVID STEVENS
'What does it mean to you that you're spiritual?'
with contributions from JASON MARSH, LAMEICE HARDING, MICHEL NYEMECK, PETER JACKSON, D. GRANT MCINTOSH, INEZ MAUBANE
'If I'm not a teacher...
BY TONI KYRIAKAKIS
a fresh start
BY STARR URBATSCH
A TREE FALLS AND NEIGHBORS DRAW TOGETHER
PHOTO AND TEXT BY BETTY PRESS
BY JULIE FURBUSH
PERSISTENCE, NOT DISCOURAGEMENT
PAIN AND SELF-DOUBT YIELD TO PRAYER
QUICK HEALING OF BROKEN PELVIC BONE