LOOK, LISTEN, FIND YOURSELF

Sentinel readers who are familiar with the delight Mary Baker Eddy took in "... giant hills, winged winds, mighty billows, verdant vales, festive flowers, and glorious heavens,"—which, she said, "all point to Mind, the spiritual intelligence they reflect" (Science and Health, p. 240)—will probably enjoy the work of a contemporary poet who says she was born

to look, to listen,to lose myselfinside this soft world—to instruct myselfover and over

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