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THROUGH A SPIRITUAL LENS
Modern architecture helps me see the world around me from a new perspective. It happened most recently with this photo, which I took in Millennium Square in Bristol, England. Looking at this spherical building, I noticed that each panel showed a slightly different image of the sky.
This reminded me that too often, everyday life feels disturbingly fragmented, even distorted. It's hard to find quality time to concentrate on a project, read a book, or relax with a friend.
with contributions from YEYE AKILIMALI FUNUA OLADE, LYDIA TORFER, ROBERT DONALDSON, PATRICK J. O'CONNOR, SHIRLEY PLOUGHMAN, DEE MAHUVAWALI, AMY G. COR
The spiritual vs. the sensual
CHUCK HOWES, MANAGING PUBLISHER
Items of interest
with contributions from Barbara Jones, David Crary
BY RON BALLARD
Looking FOR LOVE
BY SARA HOAGLAND HUNTER
What we've been thinking ABOUT IT
with contributions from BRANT ARTHUR, ARIANA HERLINGER, JUSTIN BYRD, ELLEN HAMMOND
'I was grasping for SOMETHING DEEPER'
BY ALYSSA BERNSTEIN
FROM RUIN TO RENEWAL
BY ELKE DE MACO
HOW PRAYER KEPT ME IN MY HIGH HEELS IN ROME
BY ASHLEY BYRNE
Lame man, believing
My first call to a Christian Science practitioner
BY KIM KORINEK
A SWEET ANSWER FOR OIL ADDICTION?
A HEALING OF IVY POISONING
HEALED OF SEVERE HEADACHES AND SADNESS
ALICIA MARTÍNEZ DE TENCONI
GOD'S CARE IS FOREVER