Monthly Archives: April 2012

From spoon bending to absolute science

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  Daily Bread 04/30/2012 there is no spoon – video – original english From spoon bending—to absolute science By Alison Bristow Reprinted from The Christian Science Journal   Though more than a decade has passed since the hit movie The Matrix was released, its bold exploration of timeless, spiritual themes keeps it alive with fresh relevance—and still a topic of conversation. In the… Read more »

A Family Support System

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We love him because he first loved us. If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen? And this commandment have we from him, That he who loveth God loveth his brother also…. Read more »

Who is my mother? Who are my brothers?

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  A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.  By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. St. John 13:34-35 “With one Father, even God, the whole family of man would be brethren; and with… Read more »

LIVE – to discover your real worth (Part 1)

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LIVE— to discover your real worth BY MARGARET ROGERS From the May 7, 2007 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel WHEN I GOT TO KNOW Patricia several years ago, one of the things that struck me was her delight in what she was learning every day about life with God at the center. She wasn’t full of religious talk, but she brimmed with joy…. Read more »

Patricia’s Story – (Sidebar, Part 2)

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  HERE IS PATRICIA’S STORY… WHAT I WAS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR IS WHAT I HAVE NOW By PATRICIA ORNETT From the May 7, 2007 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel I wanted to feel light, free, and find a way out of the trap, the monotony. I wanted to say I was so, so sorry. To move on, comfort those around me, say… Read more »

Start with God

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With God all things are possible. (Matthew 19:26) Start with God By Klaus-Hendrik Herr Reprinted from The Christian Science Journal    Sometimes there are situations that seem so daunting that we might harbor doubts about whether there will be a healing or even a change for the better. We might think that with all the prayer that has gone into… Read more »

Message from the Illinois COP – Stop the bullying!

Stop the bullying! Posted on April 23, 2012 by Thomas Mitchinson Stop the bullying! This blog often addresses issues of individual health.  Today I would like to address a national illness: bullying.  In his recent book, The Time of our Lives, NBC Broadcaster Tom Brokaw wrote, “Now there’s a new form of injustice in schools across the nation: the anonymous taunts and vitriolic… Read more »

We must stop bullying. It starts here. It starts now.

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  Daily Bread 04/23/2012  From the March 2, 1992 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel Does your situation appear insoluble? Nothing is too hard for God. Or for you, with Love’s help. Maybe you’ve tried hard to change things but can’t. God can show you what to do next. There is always a way. Pray. Listen. It will come to you. If you… Read more »


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  Forgiveness and healing By Tom Taffel From the Christian Science Sentinel – April 18, 2012   Forgiveness promotes healing, and healing supports forgiveness; they are two different sides of the same coin. Unforgiving thoughts foster fear, hatred, and, on a grand scale, war and death. But an overly simplistic approach to forgiveness, such as, “Oh, never mind. Just forgive and forget!”… Read more »


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  This truth stands at the threshold of your thoughts a guest so new and strange that we know it must knock loudly and long before you open unto it – and yet once [past] the iron portals of belief which close against it, where truth sups with understanding, and ever thereafter will you say of it: We have entertained… Read more »