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Gifting of thanks
Gifting of thanks is not a solitary time since pilgrims anywhere may turn aside to praise whichever name they hold for God—the Holy One, or Manito, Allah, Yahweh, Vishnu. Blessing the good that was and yet will be, we think of light and lives that have dispelled depressing fear; our prayers are not for bread alone but grace, humility, and joy, remembering sure ways for holding to whatever is reliable and true.
Embracing family, we reach as well for other hands, expecting from conflicted regions of this spinning world, there will be lifting up of honest hearts who know how natural it is to tell whatever neighbor walks along a distant road, "I love you friend."
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with contributions from PATRICIA GRIFFIN, BOB PRESS, DIANA CLARK, MARALEE KNOWLEN, DELORES F. BAUGHMAN
Gratitude for today
INGRID PESCHKE, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Kenneth L. Carder, Jacob Berkman
Why give thanks?
BY KAY OLSON
When gratitude changed me
FLORA CAPARROS with contributions from PHILIP M. OSAGIE, ROBIN WEILAND, JEREMY BOWERS
Thanksgiving: a search in the archives
BY JUDY HUENNEKE
Gifting of thanks
Thank you, God
with contributions from Megan, Max, Claire, Melsy, Jessica, Emily, Skyler, Brian, Kelsey, Andrew, Taylor, Jennifer
Christian Science pulled me from the depths
BY MARC FRIEL
HEALING THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE PAST
'WALK IN THE LIGHT'
MY UNFOLDING PATH TO PRACTICE
THE SCRIPTURES—ALL THE WAY THROUGH
FOR THE LOVE OF CHILDREN
A LIFE-CHANGING HEALING
SUSAN SCHIRM TESCHKE
PERSISTENT PRAYER BRINGS RESULTS
HEALED THEN, AND NOW