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[“ ‘Laying down our life’ and gaining much: the implications of Easter,” Susan Booth Mack Snipes, April 10, 2017, Sentinel]
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The Monitor has always been about building a community of deeply caring thinkers. 
The light of God, divine Truth, is unchanging and shines brightly.
There is only one Mind influencing and governing man. 

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Dear Fellow Members and Friends,
How I Found Christian Science
As we were growing up, my three siblings and I competed against each other for everything, especially for attention and recognition.
One morning before school, my mom dropped me off at my grandmother’s.
Testimony of Healing
One morning last year I woke up feeling uneasy and with a heavy head.
Testimony of Healing
It was dark and very early in the morning when I woke up.
Testimony of Healing
My progress from sense to Soul has been an interesting, challenging, and rewarding experience.

Forever intact

“The harmony and immortality of man are intact.
'To Bless All Mankind'

Meeting hate with love in St. Louis

After vandals damaged nearly 200 tombstones in a Jewish cemetery near St.
'To Bless All Mankind'

One God—one family

The editorial on the facing page tells of religious groups rallying to support a Jewish temple whose cemetery had been vandalized.
A spiritual approach to education prepares one to move on in a progressively productive and happy way through and beyond even the most difficult challenges. 
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