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Six Attitudes of Divine Science, III

posted by Cheryl Petersen

Details, details, details. Sometimes they drive us nuts, other times they are extremely pertinent to a situation. In the case of religion, when the demand is to keep religion relevant, details can be reviewed. This post is the third in […]

Six Attitudes of Divine Science, II

posted by Cheryl Petersen

Revisiting the details behind a religion helps removes obstacles. In the 19th century, Mary Baker Eddy founded a religion for Christian Scientists, and in the Science and Health text, she answered the question as to whether or not Christian Scientists […]

Six Attitudes of Divine Science, I

posted by Cheryl Petersen

A professional couple was inquiring into an espresso stand business that was for sell. Emails between the buyers and seller were exchanged, in which details were provided. A lengthy follow-up phone conversation came soon after the emails because the business […]

Continued Introduction to Cheryl Petersen, 6

posted by Cheryl Petersen

The revision of Science and Health occurred when our daughters were in college. The research and study required on my part was never uninteresting and was always rewarding. There were times when I felt overwhelmed, but a healing would occur, […]

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Clever ancestors
Stonehenge, an important prehistoric monument in Britain, stimulates weighty conjecture in the circles of scientists, archeologists, and the impressed curious minded. Speculation says the large earthwork began 5,000 years ago and went through a series of uses, one being religious ceremonies. Pict

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Saying NO
It’s a quick and snappy word. It’s easy to remember, but do we remember to say it appropriately? The almost universal word, “no” probably began with hunkered down eyebrows, becoming more serious with a shaking head. Well, we can take up that animation and its seriousness We can say, "N

posted 7:18:57am Sep. 06, 2014 | read full post »

Local hiking on the rise
The local Catskill Mountain Club (CMC) has given the community a couple of shots in the arm over the last year. Club members follow the proper channels, get approval from officials, and with GPS instruments in their hands, hack out trails for the public. The recent Delhi Trails is close to the Vi

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