Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Note to My Future Kid: You’ll Be a Winner

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  “When we do not know a person—and also when we do—we have to judge the size and nature of his achievements as compared with the achievements of others in his special line of business—there is no other way.  Measured by this standard, it is thirteen hundred years since the world has produced anyone who could reach up to Mrs…. Read more »

Special Edition – The Best LGBT Moments Of The Week July 23 – July 28

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    The Best LGBT Moments Of The Week July 23 – July 28 Posted: 07/28/2012 11:27 am Updated: 07/28/2012 11:40 am The Huffington Post With so much hate continually aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, we like to take a moment every once in a while to highlight some of the good news featured on The Huffington Post. Every… Read more »

Encouragement from ‘The Ugly Duckling’

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  Gay Olympians (click here)  Competing At 2012 London Olympics TeamSpirituality.com   – click for short film on Christian Science and the 2012 London Olympics   Encouragement from ‘The Ugly Duckling’ A Christian Science perspective. By Doug Brown   I particularly like “The Ugly Duckling,” by Hans Christian Andersen. Our star character is a duckling whose appearance is so out of place… Read more »

London Olympics 2012

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  The establishment of the London 2012 Paralympics (Aug. 29-Sept. 9) as a related event is evidence of progressive inclusiveness. It shows an understanding that God loves and honors all His children, giving strength and ingenuity to overcome obstacles and challenges. Opening ceremony London 2012:  (Click here)  A city feels the thrill as Olympics (finally) begin (+video) + Toward peaceful, inspiring Olympics… Read more »

Love is all there is to you

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What is remarkable in Jesus’ case is that he was able to maintain his spiritual identity, even in the face of the most intense betrayal. Love is all there is to you By Anthony Whitehouse * photo courtesy of www.allposters.com – The Arrest of Christ in the gardens, circa 1628-30 by Sir Anthony Van Dyck              … Read more »

Trust your instruments

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        Trust your instruments A Christian Science perspective. * photo courtesy of www.allposters.com       When flying at night or through clouds, pilots don’t have the usual visual cues. They may think they are flying straight and level, when in fact the aircraft is in a turn or descent. Occasionally, inexperienced pilots have flown into the… Read more »

Put a stop to hatred

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  Dr. Tutt recounted that his teacher, Adam Dickey, used to say: “If you ever feel depressed or discouraged, think of the good you have done.”   Put a stop to hatred A Christian Science perspective on daily life.                                       Mary Baker… Read more »

There is a way out of trouble

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    Even at the darkest hour, in the deepest prison, the word of divine Truth can be heard and bring freedom.  This is also true in the deepest valley, under the direst circumstances. (Christian Science Sentinel) *photo courtesy of www.allposters.com                         Christian Science Sentinel—Radio Edition Each week programs… Read more »

Comfort in response to the shootings in Colorado

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Good is more powerful than evil. Love is stronger than hate or fear, and Love never fails. + “Prayers (Video) for Aurora” with Chet Manchester, CS Comfort in response to the shootings in Colorado A Christian Science perspective   When tragedy strikes close to home, we ask why? We mull over the particular incident and try to find a reason for it…. Read more »