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Beautiful healing views are always at hand!
You miss an awful lot when traveling in the dark, especially on the 45-minute drive from Reno Airport to Lake Tahoe in Nevada.
I recently made that trip around midnight, and, like the character in Bruce Springsteen’s “Cautious Man,” “didn’t find nothing but road.” Two days later I returned to Reno and realized what breathtaking views the cover of darkness had denied me. A sunny morning drive revealed a panorama of hills and mountains that was a feast of beauty to my urban-acclimatized eyes.
And that got me thinking. What about the glorious vistas we’re missing if we travel in the mental darkness of believing life is solely material?
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From the readers
Nancy Malard, Karen T. Hasek
When faced with anger, choose to love
The safe harbor of Love for travelers
All creatures cared for by God
God’s gracious preparation
‘The government shall be upon his shoulder’
2017 per capita tax message
from The President of The Mother Church
A natural dependence on God
Far from home, but close to God
Laura Amanda Mejía
Healed after mountain biking accident
A spiritual sense of home brings healing
Injured finger healed
Veronica A. Ragatz
Listening for God—needs met
'Mental purgation must go on'
Photograph by Georgianna Pfost