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Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality

A divine filter

By time you read this sentence, everything around you has changed. The earth has moved. You have new cells in your body. Clouds have shifted. Grass has grown. Birth and death has occurred.

This changeable human life experience is thrilling, mind-boggling, nauseating, and rampant. The questions and answers that bombard our minds need to be filtered.

filterDialogue in 21st Century Science and Health filters out questions and answers that soothe the soul, guide the mind, and feed the body.

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The prose is circular, but it circles a mindful, loving, healing God. You can start reading on page one, or page three hundred and twenty-two, or page fifty-seven. You can read a heady sentence such as, “The beautiful, whole, and pure constitute our ancestry,” and think about it for hours, days, or years.

This is a book for truth seekers and practitioners.

 

  • Grace

    Thank you Cheryl, I so apprectiate my copy of Science & Health (revised) !!!

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