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These are not easy times. The pressures of our current economy have hit home for so many with daily news of layoffs, plummeting retirement accounts, and home foreclosures. Finding what's "steady" in the midst of financial instability can be tough.
But not impossible. And that's the message of this issue.
As I drove to work recently—along with thousands of other Boston commuters—I found myself actually grateful for the morning traffic slog. At that moment on I-90, my fellow drivers represented to me employment, purpose, forward movement—rather than the stress of bumper-to-bumper driving. And then, almost like reading a billboard, a flash of inspiration came: "We're all connected to the same inexhaustible resources of Spirit." I recognized this as an idea from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Mary Baker Eddy wrote on page 494, "... to all mankind and in every hour, divine Love supplies all good." (And the note in the margin reads "Inexhaustible divine Love.")
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
with contributions from SAMUELA ORTH-MOORE, DOROTHY M. SMITH, JANINE E. LABAK, MARTHA COGAN, KENNETH BRACK
INGRID PESCHKE, MANAGING EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Rose French with contributions from Dawn Baumgartner Vaughn, Charles Takyi-Boadu
STARTING AT THE TOP
BY PAM DEBOLT
NOT UP AND DOWN, JUST EVEN
Rosalie Dunbar with contributions from Pamela Faatz, Eric Nager
YOUR STORIES in these times
Rosemary Deary with contributions from Cathryn Bartlett Rathsam, Amy Merritt Swick
Prayer about earthquakes
BY DAVID CORNELL
BACK IN THE SUNSHINE
BY MOLLY KING
LOOKING FOR WORK? POLISH YOUR SPIRITUAL RÉSUMÉ
'PERFECTION UNDERLIES REALITY'
SHINING LIGHT ON LONELINESS
PROTECT THE RETURNING SOLDIER
SEVERE PAIN IN ARM HEALED
CHRISTA C. ANGELL
HEALED AFTER A FALL
EFFECTS OF GLANDULAR DIFFICULTY REVERSED