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KEEP ON GRADUATING
A NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL that appeared during the recent college commencement season suggested how enriching it would be if people of all ages looked beyond these celebrations and set their own goals to keep on graduating, every day if possible.
You might enroll, it went on to say, in the great global university where opportunities to serve humanity become more obvious. You could graduate from a prison of prejudice, quit smoking, heal an estranged relationship, join the Audubon Society, or get a fresh slant on beauty by enrolling in a painting class. Perhaps most important, take intellectual stock and consider what you have learned since the cap-and-gown ceremony in your own school auditorium.
with contributions from JEAN GALLAWAY, JEAN E. JONES, SARAH NELSON, DIANE PIORKOWSKI
The sum of all comfort
WARREN BOLON. SENIOR WRITER
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Josie Newman, Ron Orozco, Mary Kaye Ritz, Kevin W. McCullough
THE ANTIDOTE TO ANXIETY
By Channing Walker
YOU—WORTHY AND FEARLESS
By Shelly Richardson
ACQUAINTED WITH GOD, AND AT PEACE
By Pamela Cook
A MOTHER'S PRAYER
When the pain gave way TO PROGRESS
By Elizabeth Schartz
HOW I PRAYED when my town was evacuated
By Ruby Bennet
DISASTER IS NOT IN GOD'S PLAN
'A JOY-FILLED WORKPLACE'
KIM SHIPPEY. SENIOR WRITER
'IT IS INEVITABLE'
DREAM LESSON FROM DANIEL
HIGHER EXPECTATIONS FOR THE CONFIRMATION PROCESS
BACK PAIN HEALED THROUGH PRAYER
GRATITUDE FOR GOD'S GREAT BLESSINGS
MOBILITY REGAINED QUICKER THAN EXPECTED