How spirituality can antidote terrorism

John Quincy Adams, C.S.B.

How can I erase mental images of terrorism? What can I do about feelings of numbness or fear when I hear about terror attacks?

Tune in to hear John Quincy Adams, a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science in New York City, answer these questions, and more, about how to unmask terrorism in every form and gain a conviction of the peace, protection, and strength that comes from God.

Noting that terrorism isn't just political, he also comments on the terrorism of disease and the fears that go with it. John addresses the way that terrorism uses fear and uncertainty to manipulate our thoughts and asks listeners to be alert not to accept these fears and become absorbed in them instead of trusting God's power to guide and guard. And while alertness and wisdom are essential, he also brings out that our real purpose is to bear witness to the good in one another and ourselves.

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