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The December 6, 2004, issue of the Sentinel was so interesting that I was unable to put it down until I had read it from cover to cover within a few hours. "You are exempt from the flu" by Rosalie E. Dunbar was giving me total relief from an allergic reaction. "Refuse consent to disease," a paragraph heading in Rosalie's article, is one I won't forget in my study of Christian Science. "Sickness doesn't have the last word," from the editors, gave me hope of freedom from all allergies.
On December 31, 2004, at 7:13 a.m. while I was riding with my three-year-old daughter to the local market on a motorbike, three big dogs were pursuing each other, and they ran across our lane just too close to put on the brakes.
with contributions from JOHN USEN EKANEM, MEG DENDLER, SHIRLEY D. REID, SALLIE K. LITCHFIELD, SHIRLEY PLOUGHMAN, JESSICA LANE
A momentous step
MARILYN JONES, DIRECTOR OF CROSS-MEDIA CONTENT
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Beth Hendricks, Ashley Fantz, Emma Race, Charles Duhigg
The medicine of Mind—a 'gentle rain from heaven'
By Tom Black
A healing of the body—and so much more
By Suzanne Smedley
The strongest medicine
By Katie Mangelsdorf
The most powerful remedy
Marilyn Jones with contributions from Diane Uttley Marrapodi
LESSONS FROM THE MAT
A new song
THE BEST MAP ON THE MARKET
FROM HOSTAGE TO HEALER
DISEASE PROVED ILLUSIONARY
A POWERFUL PRAYER: 'GOD IS LOVE'