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Looking at the substance of creation
Note: Dr. Lisa Randall is a professor of science at Harvard University. Her latest book joins her two previous New York Times best sellers in examining, for the lay reader, contemporary thinking in the fields of physics and cosmology. Research of what is termed dark matter—invisible matter that fills the universe—has garnered much attention recently, not only in scientific journals, but in the popular media as well.
By Lisa Randall
Virginia P. Fay, Judith Cordray
Preparing the soil, planting the seed
Satisfied with ever-present good
Go ahead and represent!
Lynn G. Jackson
Right desires and their fulfillment
Rotation in office of Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Editor
Christian Science Board of Directors
Back pain from car accident dissolves
Diagnosed dental problem healed
Healed of leg pain
'I climb, with joy, the heights of Mind,'
Photograph by Carole Jackson Poindexter
The uses of gratitude in diplomacy
<i>The Monitor’s</i> Editorial Board
Gratitude and progress
Keith S. Collins
Dealing with negativity