Trading in our plans for God's plans

To be under pressure appears to be so common as almost to be fashionable—a badge of normality, confirmation that you're one of the crowd. It was a topic the Sentinel couldn't avoid, yet one that editors and writers were determined not to get swept up in.

From the first words of this Upfront to the last words of From the Editors, we have tried to focus on solutions not snarls, and show how the "restful Mind"—a helpful term for God, used in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy—can ease tension and bring order to our lives.

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