From the readers

Directly to the point

[“Lazarus and the biosphere,” Eric Thacher, November 6, 2017, Sentinel]

Thank you for this inspired, fresh, and insightful approach to handling the question of environmental sustainability! So much of what is presented in the media seems to just go round in circles, but this goes directly to the point—gets to the very root of the claim and illustrates comprehensively how to go about healing it in our individual thought. Indeed, it highlights the relationship of man and the universe, not only in the more obvious aspect—“the universe, including man,” as is comfortably recognized—but also in the demand to understand and demonstrate this statement by Mary Baker Eddy: “Spirit is the only creator, and man, including the universe, is His spiritual concept” (Unity of Good, p. 32).

Linda Copley


I would like to express my appreciation for Joni Overton-Jung’s poem “Still small voice” (November 6, 2017, Sentinel). Turning to God instead of being transfixed by the “portent of the times” will make us confident to meet any worldly challenge.

Gerald Arnold

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