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THE YEAR OF LIVING UNSELFISHLY
WHAT GOOD DOES IT DO, PEOPLE ASK, TO dwell on the torn lives of others? Well, they're right to a certain extent. Dwelling on, but doing nothing about, the volume of tragic news these days isn't helpful to anyone. But people do want to do something. For example, in the last two months, many thousands of people have generously given donations to relief organizations set up to help tsunami victims. They've sent messages of hope and love across the Internet, in letters to the papers, and to individuals in the affected areas. Is there anything else to do?
We think there is. And not only for those caught up in such cataclysmic events. Consecrated, scientific prayer for these and other people calms one's own thoughts. It contributes powerfully to the relief efforts. And it helps lift the atmosphere of collective thought everywhere.
with contributions from ANDREW WILSON, KAREN KLING, AVENEL M. HUME, DAVID K. MARTIN
SUZANNE SMEDLEY, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Karen Rivedal, Irvine O. Hockaday, Jr., Christie Storm, Ashley Lawson
ROADMAP FOR THE RISING GENERATION
THE SPIRITUAL GENERATION
Sara Hoagland Hunter
LETTING THEIR LIGHT SHINE
BACK TO THE BASKETS
Joana Fonseca Rivera
3 DEGREES OF SEPARATION
CAN WE EVER BE SAFE?
FINDING COMFORT IN INFINITE LOVE
SIGNIFICANT OTHER, OR SIGNIFICANT ONE?
EVERYONE COULD USE SOME BLESSING
ON THE WINGS OF PRAYER
PRAYER IN A DENTAL EMERGENCY
FAST PAIN RELIEF