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Our periodicals have just undergone changes. I am of an age to have seen all of them published in many different sizes, and I am pleased with the new standard size. Also, to have them available online is a welcome addition. I not only wish to express my gratitude for the periodicals, but also to those who provide the wonderful articles. These articles often have the answers that we need in working for healing, and they seem to arrive in the mail at the right time.

In the May Christian Science Journal, there is an article by Louis Benjamin, “Some thoughts on thought.” He asks, “Have you ever thought of yourself as an idea?” and, “What is an idea, anyway?” This caught my eye because I have not always found it easy to see myself as “a spiritual idea of God.” When working through a problem, “the material” gets in the way. Mr. Benjamin gave a very clear explanation when he wrote, “An idea is a form of thought without a material structure.” This statement seemed to be just what I needed. I am grateful to him for sharing his thoughts.

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