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Turn Right at Machu Picchu, by Mark Adams, has my attention presently. Adams tells his story of traveling the Machu Picchu area in Peru, with an antisocial Australian survivalist and several Quechua-speaking, coca-chewing mule tenders as his guides. Adams writing […]

Science, Theology, and Medicine: an abridged chapter of Mary Baker Eddy’s from her book, Science and Health Divine laws of Life, Truth, and Love inspire the disciplines of science, theology, and medicine with a more divine nature and essence. We […]

Physiology and Genetics: an abridged version of Mary Baker Eddy’s chapter “Physiology,” from her book, Science and Health Physiology and genetics may have limited powers, but they can’t successfully assume the place and power of the divine source of all […]

Footsteps of Truth: an abridged chapter version from Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures What is Truth? The efforts of any ology to answer this question are vain. Understanding comes through spiritual logic and revelation. […]

Prayer is the faith that all things positive and good are possible to God. Fed by selfless love, faith grows into spiritual understanding and reveals remarkable experiences. God’s work is done. We reflect the doing. Prayer embraces action, yet it’s […]

I recently traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark, and toured the Medical Museum. The tour guide led a group of us through the history of how science has described human beings. She told us, “It was in the 20th century when science […]

It seems as though willpower has many different levels. It can mean self-control or a strong determination. I’ve met people who have an amazing willpower. Also, I’ve met people who say they have no willpower and eat sugary foods, drink […]

In the face of the hard cold fact that nothing in this human reality is perfect, society struggles for perfection. The call for greener cleaners, more efficient vehicles, better attitudes, and a healing religion reverberates around the earth demanding attention. […]

The disparity is obvious. The Pacific Northwest received little to no snowfall last winter and therefore their fresh water resources are greatly diminished. We here in the northeast received so much snow it’s all I did was shovel the driveway […]