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The element of time is being re-organized, not by anything physical, but by putting useful thoughts in key places and letting them call the shots and initiate betterment. Relationships between our thoughts and the physical are seen every day. An …Read More

To get a taste of Christian Science today, without the rigamarole of church organization, here are  few interesting tidbits I’ve come across.   1.) As found in New York Post, January 28, 2019, by Author Cindy Adams Legacy of women’s …Read More

Nervous emotions are generated around the topic of Israel as a nation. My cousin lived in Israel for four years. He enjoyed the religious diversity however it created tense and too often, panicky, sensitivities. When Israel is in the news, …Read More

Discovery: In the 1860s, Mary Baker Eddy discovered a reality of divine mind and its manifestation. She called it Christian Science and said it included a system of mental healing, the same system used by Christ Jesus and prophets. Before …Read More

We were at a community festival. With a few minutes of free time. Spontaneity hit and we started yammering. “I’ve lost a lot of friends the past few years,” he soon said, matter-of-factly. I nodded. And, our conversation about politics …Read More

The Human Origins exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City is fascinating and rather inclusive. Detailed visuals explain the theory of evolution rather well. There is also a corner where experts comment on their ability …Read More

The following numbers frighten more than horror movies: Helpguide.org reports that “Roughly 50 percent of individuals with severe mental disorders are affected by substance abuse. [And] 37 percent of alcohol abusers and 53 percent of drug abusers also have at …Read More

If you’ve escaped a toxic relationship, keep moving forward. If you got a better job, keep at it. If you joined a better church, stay worshipful at it. If you miss the friends you’ve outgrown, make new friends. Don’t fraternize …Read More

As a journalist, I remind myself of the limitation of “the word.” Human language is imperfect, incomplete. I learned this fact through religion. In my religion, I came across churchy authorities who stressed (a.k.a. censored) reading only two books for …Read More

It’s hard to believe God created everything for us human beings, on an earth which is but a speck of dust in the universe. The above sentence is what I heard from New York University Professor of Philosophy Tim Maudlin …Read More