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Nathan Talbot's fine article, "What's in a diagnosis," in the March 12 issue was not only broad in scope and clearly put, but exceedingly timely. It led me to connect the recent surge in diagnoses, and the conclusions to be drawn therefrom, with the admissions physicists began to make decades ago about the emptiness they found within the atom, as they penetrated deeper and deeper into the infinitesimality ity of matter.
Astute scientists decades ago began to reach the startling conclusion that thought was everything in the entire universe. Now it seems, the constant use of technology, diagnosis, treatment, and surgery is leading medical thinkers to wonder if thought again is everything with regard to health!
with contributions from ROBERT GOODSPEED, ELEANOR CARTWRIGHT, JANICE QUIGLEY, YVONNE PRINSLOO
PATRICIA KADICK, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Mary Frances Schjonberg, Chris Whipple
Who is Jesus Christ?
with contributions from Russ Gerber, Mary Trammell [Trinka], Bill Dawley, Elaine Follis
The historical Jesus and the living Christ
BY LYLE YOUNG
How can we truly know Jesus?
BY JUNE SULLIVAN
'GOING GREEN'—OR GOING HIGHER?
BY CURT WAHLBERG
Memorials of the right sort
BY VAL MINARD
'LEAD ME IN THE WAY EVERLASTING'
GONE TO THE CRICKET
KIM SHIPPEY, SENIOR WRITER
TAKE ANOTHER LOOK
WOUND FROM FISH SPINE HEALED THROUGH PRAYER
JULIE YEAGER ARTHUR
'SPIRIT WILL FORM YOU ANEW'
GLORY HOLZWORTH with contributions from TIM HOLZWORTH
FREED FROM BREATHING DIFFICULTY